CAMDEN — The Camden Public Library announces the return of its full book sale to the rotunda, just in time for the holiday season. The sale will run during the library’s regular operating hours and will fill the rotunda now through the end of December.
“This book sale is unique because it is chock full of books in excellent, ‘gift worthy’ condition,” says Susan Fitzgerald, who coordinates the library’s book sales, in a news release. “We’ve taken special care to include a wide variety of subjects, so that you’ll find something for everyone on your list. Book sales are important fundraisers for the library—and with most items priced between $1 and $3, you can’t beat our prices!”
The library will be restocking the tables regularly. The public is encouraged to stop by often to browse a bountiful selection of fiction, non-fiction, children’s books, young adult books, DVDs, audio books, and more.
Topic categories include: Art, Biography, Cook Books, Gardening, Home Décor, US History, Global History, Spirituality & Philosophy, Maine & New England, Maritime, Essays & Short Stories, Nature, Pets, Poetry, How To, Travel Memoirs & Guides, and Christmas.
Additionally, Booths #2 and #11 at Antiques at 10 Mechanic in Camden have a selection of books that are being sold to benefit the Camden Public Library.
Learn more at librarycamden.org.