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> Library Book Sales

Ongoing Sales

New Hampshire libraries can have their book sales added to this list by sending info (a short blurb ready to paste into this page) to Mary Russell.

January 2018

Manchester City Library will be holding a $10 Bag Book Sale on January 27, 2018 (Saturday) from 10 AM to 1 PM. The sale will take place in the Winchell Room on the lower level of Manchester City Library, located at 405 Pine Street in Manchester. Bring empty average size grocery bags (cloth or paper) to fill up with the over 10, 000 available materials. You just pay $10 per average size bag, as you leave the sales area. All proceeds go to programs and projects at Manchester City Library. A wide range of fiction and non-fiction books will be available, also CD Audio Books, DVDs, musical CDs and older musical scores. The materials are a combination of materials weeded from the library collection and donations from the public. Subjects include history, biography, religion, arts and crafts, cook books, science, social science, sports literature, animals, science fiction, mystery, romance , childrens’ books, large print and so much more. Point of contact is Eileen Reddy, who can be reached at ereddy@manchesternh.gov or by phone at 624-6550.

July 2018

The huge annual summer book sale at the Moultonborough Public Library which has become a summer tradition for readers and book lovers in the Lakes Region, will be on Saturday and Sunday, July 7 and 8, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. There will be over 900 boxes of books, hardcover and paperback, children's and adult, fiction and nonfiction. All are priced at $1.00 for hardcovers and 50 cents for paperbacks, with markdowns on Sunday. Please call the library at 603-476-8895 for more information.


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