The calm before the storm. All organized and ready for shoppers.
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Scenes from the 2017 Annual Book Sale
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Friends Members Only Preview Night:
Thursday, 6 - 9 p.m.
Open to all active members or join at the door.
The most eager shoppers start lining up in the late afternoon, as this date is when you will have the most complete selection to peruse.
Public Sale Hours
Friday, 6 - 9 p.m.
Saturday:  9 a. m. - 2 p. m.

No matter how busy, there are thousands of excellent selections. Bring your bags and fill them up!
Prices range from 50 cents to $2. Some selected items are individually priced at the Premium Table.

What will I find? Over 75% of all materials are donated, resulting in a rich array for shoppers. Other items include remainders from maintenance of the library collections, extra copies of past season rental books and audio visual resources.

The following donations are gladly received:
Fiction Children to Adult
Non-fiction From Art to Zoology
CD, DVDs Audio Books
Software and more...

(Unfortunately textbooks,encyclopedias, magazines, condensed books,  damaged or musty  books cannot be used)

Where can I donate?
Active collecting starts in April but donations are accepted year around. Please drop small quantities at the circulation desk.

Are you moving, downsizing or know some one who is planning to dispose of a large quantity of books? Please contact Jody Sherman, 781-245-3631 to make arrangements.

Remember, 100% of book sale proceeds goes to support your community library.

Where do unsold books go?
Many people inquire about what happens to materials left over after the sale. While many go on to the follow-up Book Give-Aways at the Festival By the Lake and Farmers Market, we also work with many local non-profits who gratefully select materials to support their own ongoing literacy and out reach projects.
Can't Wait for the Big Sale?
Visit the Every Day Book Sale in the Main Street Lower Level, at the foot of the double stairs.  Stop by often as this small collection of adult fiction and non-fiction changes throughout the year. During the summer, teens can find duplicate copies of reading list materials for purchase.