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The book sale and store are...
ReReadables is operated by volunteers
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Both the book sale and store are open during regular library operating hours.

Monday - Thursday,
10:00 am to 8:00 pm

Friday & Saturday,
10:00 am to 4:00 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are no bargain book sales being planned for this year - please check back in December or the beginng of next year.

The library accepts donations of current materials (published since 2000, especially for fiction), collectible items, CDs, DVDs, VHS for Re-Readables Bookstore. We will accept some older non-fiction items (cookbooks, biographies, etc.).

Please recycle or find alternative sources for your older novels, encyclopedias and textbooks.

All proceeds of the book sale and bookstore benefit the library's operations.


Re-Readables Bookstore

Items in the Re-Readables Bookstore are not a part of the bargain book sales. The majority of items in the store are individually priced. If you have any questions, please ask one of our volunteers or a library staff member.

Our book sales and the bookstore offer you a guilt-free guarantee as every purchase you make helps the library.


A Novel Fundraiser

So, you’ve read the books that you purchased at this or another sale and now you’re wondering what to do with them. Well, you could always pass them on or you could try something really different and turn them into art and participate in our fundraiser, Novel Art.

Photo of Novel Art Display in library
Examples of Novel Art


What Not To Donate

While we are delighted to receive all kinds of books, both hard and soft cover, there are several types of books that we are unable to sell. Therefore, we would ask our wonderful donors to please not bring us any of the following:

  • Encyclopedias

  • Reader's Digest Condensed Books

  • Travel Books (more than 3 yrs. old)

  • Business Texts

  • Consumer information (more than 3 yrs. old)

  • Tax information

  • Medical or nursing texts

  • Law books

  • Computer books (more than 3 yrs. old)

  • Textbooks (more than 3 yrs. old)

  • Phonograph records

  • Newspapers

  • Books that are damaged: coverless, spineless or missing pages; damp, mildewed, stained or smelly; and extensively highlighted or underlined.

If your books were stored in the basement, garage, or barn, please check them for odor, dampness and insects before bringing them to the library.

We accept a limited number of magazine titles.

Please call the library at 724-238-6451 with any questions.

Thank you