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July, 2016
2Kansas City
2Mountain View
7-10Algonquin, ILExceptional
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15-17Saint Charles250,000 Items!
16-19Westport, CTTo Our Honored Friend. . .
22-26Southport, CTBig Sale
22-24St. LouisWarehouse Clearance

August, 2016
3-6Lombard, ILCollectibles
4-7Elmhurst, ILBig Sale
5-6Coralville, IABig Sale
6Kansas City
6Mountain View
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September, 2016
2-5Redding, CTBig Sale
3Kansas City
3Mountain View
9-11Des Plaines, ILBig Sale
10-24Hendersonville, NCBIG FALL SALE!!
16-18McLean, VABig Sale
16-19Topeka, KSBig Sale

October, 2016
1Mountain View
8-10Danbury, CTBig Sale
21-24Norman, OKBig Sale
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November, 2016
5Mountain View
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December, 2016
3Mountain View

January, 2017
7Mountain View

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4Mountain View
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March, 2017
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Danbury, CT

Friends of the Danbury Library
at Police Activities League (PAL) Building
35 Hayestown Rd.
Friends Voice Mail: 203-797-4568
Friends E-Mail:

Oct 8 - 10
  • Friends of the Danbury Library Annual Book Sale
  • OVER 70,000 ITEMS!
  • Books sorted into over 60 categories
    • Art, Architecture, Photography
    • Hobbies/Crafts, How-To
    • Cooking and Food
    • Science and Nature
    • Children's
    • History and Americana
    • Fiction
    • Sports
    • Business
    • Foreign Languages
    • Health and Fitness
    • Travel and Geography
  • Rare Books, Signed Books, First Editions
  • Large collection of books donated by the Danbury Music Centre.
    • Includes music history, music instruction, music theory, sheet music and scores
  • Prices: Most Hardcovers $2, Paperbacks $0.50 & up
  • CDs, DVDs, Records, Audiobooks
  • Collectible Books - Large section of specially priced books from $5
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Saturday, October 8:
    • 8am to 10am: $15 Early Bird Admission, Free to FRIENDS members
      • Numbers given out at 7am
    • 10am to 5pm, Free admission
  • Sunday, October 9
    • 10am to 4pm. Free admission, books half price
  • Monday, October 10
    • 9am to 1pm: Bag Sale, $10 includes free fabric bag
  • Ample free parking
  • Proceeds benefit the Friends of the Danbury Library
  • Directions:
    • I-84 West, Exit 6: At light, right onto North St. At first light turn right onto Hayestown Ave. *At end, left onto Tamarack Ave., (becomes E. Hayestown Rd.) At stop sign bear right onto Hayestown Rd. P.A.L. building on the right.
    • I-84 East, Exit 5: Through stop sign, down hill. Straight through traffic light onto North St. At fourth light, turn right onto Hayestown Ave. Follow from * above.

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Newtown, CT

41st HUGE Sale
Friends of Cyrenius H. Booth Library
at Reed Intermediate School
3 Trades Lane
(Across from Fairfield Hills)
Right off I-84, Exit 11, Routes 25 and 34

July 9 - 13
  • Come Celebrate our 41st ANNUAL BOOK SALE
    • OVER 120,000 BOOKS, CDs, DVDs AND MORE!
    • Great quality at reasonable prices
  • July 9th through July 13th
    • Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
      • Adult admission fee just $5 on Saturday only - FREE Admission thereafter
      • Admission tickets go on sale Saturday morning at 7:00 a.m.
      • Sunday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
      • Monday, 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. - half price
      • Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. - $5 per standard-sized bag (provided free)
      • Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. to noon (all books free)
    • User friendly & the best organized sale anywhere
      • Rare, Collectible and Signed Books combined in one room
      • All adult fiction categories alphabetized by author
      • Children's books sorted by reading levels and series
    • Over 90 categories, including your favorites:
      • Art and Photography
      • Children's books: fiction and non-fiction
      • Computer software and books
      • Cooking, Crafts and Style, Gardening
      • Fiction: Classic, Vintage and Current
      • History, War, Military and Espionage
      • Mystery and Thriller
      • Poetry and Drama
      • Romance
      • Science Fiction, Fantasy and Manga
      • Trade Paperbacks
    • Plus CDs, DVDs, audiobooks & LP records (33's, 45's, 78's), - organized by genre
    • Amenities: Air-conditioning, Refreshments, Plenty of Parking
    • Discover, Visa & MasterCard Accepted - two credit-card check-out stations on Saturday
    • Scanners and personal electronic devices welcome in sales areas; stockpiling and "clearing" not permitted
    • Two convenient secure holding areas for intended purchases available on Saturday
    • For further important sale information, go to

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    Redding, CT

    The Mark Twain Library
    at Redding Community Center
    37 Lonetown Road (Route 107)


    Sept 2 - 5

    56th Annual Mark Twain Library Book Fair
    The Granddaddy of Book Fairs - we are the oldest - and one of the largest - in New England. All proceeds benefit the Library.

    Over 60,000 items organized in 75 categories including:

    • Children's
    (an entire room with nonfiction organized separately)
    • Art and Photography
    • Business
    • Biography
    • History
    • Cookbooks, Diet, and Wine
    • Interior Design and Do-It-Yourself
    • Current Fiction - alphabetized for your convenience
    • Classic Literature
    • Environment and Nature
    • Gardening
    • Mystery
    • New England History and Travel
    • Poetry
    • Romance
    • Science Fiction
    • Sets
    • Sports
    • Transportation
    • Technology
    • Travel
    • CDs, DVDs and Audiobooks
    • Vinyl Records

    And our celebrated COLLECTOR'S CORNER, featuring rare finds, first editions, signed copies - priced to sell.


    • Tickets available at 7:00 am
    • 9:00 am to 10:00 am, $15 admission
    • 10:00 am to 6:00 pm FREE ADMISSION
    • Children's Event, 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm
    • Prices as marked - WE DON'T DOUBLE!


    • 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
    • Prices as marked


    • 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
    • Half Price Day


    • 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
    • "BOXING DAY!" $10 for each box full of books, or half-price if less than a box full!

    Credit Cards Accepted
    Air-conditioned comfort, handicapped accessible, refreshments sold, FREE parking

    Visit the Book Fair Web Site for more information

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    Southport, CT

    Pequot Library
    720 Pequot Ave. (Exit 19 off I-95)
    203-259-0346 ext. 15

    July 22 - 26

    56th Annual Summer Book Sale
    Friday, July 22 - Tuesday, July 26, 2016
    “The Best Book Sale in New England”

    OVER 140,000 BOOKS, plus CDs, DVDs, RECORDS, etc., plus unique Specials. Admission is FREE and open to the public. All Sale proceeds help fund Pequot Library's over 750 annual programs and events.


    Friday, July 22 9am to 7pm DOUBLE the marked price
    Saturday, July 23   9am to 6pm Priced as marked
    Sunday, July 24 9am to 6pm Priced as marked
    Monday, July 25 9am to 6pm HALF the marked price
    Tuesday, July 26 9am to 2pm $5 PER BAG DAY!

    High quality books at reasonable prices.
    Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express Accepted

    "A Catalog of Specials" will be available online July 17, 2016 at

    Over 60 categories, including your favorites:

    • Art & Architecture
    • Astrology & Occult
    • Atlas & Dictionary
    • Biography
    • Business
    • Children
    • Children Young Adult
    • Classics
    • Coffee Table
    • Cookbooks
    • CT & NE & NY
    • Crafts & Hobbies
    • Education & Text
    • Exotica
    • Family & Parenting
    • Fiction
    • First Editions
    • Foreign Language
    • Gardening & Nature
    • Graphic Novels
    • Health Issues
    • History & Politics
    • Humor
    • Impulse
    • Large Print
    • Law & Crime
    • Maritime • Military History
    • Music
    • Nutrition, Diet & Exercise
    • Mystery
    • Old & Interesting
    • 'Ologies
    • Performing Arts
    • Pets & Animals
    • Photography
    • Poetry
    • Records, CDs, Tapes, DVDs, Videos
    • Religion & Philosophy
    • Science
    • Science Fiction
    • Self Help
    • Sets
    • Sheet Music
    • Signed Books
    • Sociology & Anthropology
    • Specials
    • Spies/Espionage
    • Sports (Large selection of Golf books this year)
    • Travel
    • Vintage Children
    • Transportation
    • Writing, Literature, Journalism
    • And more!

    Scanners & other wireless devices welcome in sales areas; stockpiling and "clearing" not permitted.

    NEW! Eclectic Print & Art Sale
    Friday, July 22 - Sunday, July 24, 2016
    1,700 prints and art for sale! An amazing collection of prints, original photographs, and art.

    Exit 19 off I-95 south to 720 Pequot Ave, Southport
    (203) 259-0346 ext. 15
    Location: Under the tents on the Great Lawn, parking lot, in the Auditorium, Reading Room, and Rennell Room
    Contact: (203) 259-0346 ext. 15

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    Westport, CT

    To Our Honored Friend. . .
    Westport Library
    20 Jesup Rd. (off US Rte 1)

    July 16 - 19
    • …. the Westport Library’s 24th Annual Summer Book Sale is dedicated to Howard Munce (1915-2016)
    • July 16-19—on Jesup Green and inside the library
      • Saturday, July 16: 9-5. On opening day: No computer sign-ups and no place-holding boxes. Just wait in line until the sale starts, just like last year.
        • What’s New: A single line to enter the Library. The line starts under the covered portico. NO separate line for featured specials, which will be inside the Library
      • Sunday, July 17: New opening and closing times: 10-5
      • Monday, July 18: 9-5 (everything half-price)
      • Tuesday, July 19: 9-1 (Contribution Day)
        • What’s new: Was “Free” day, now Contribution day. Take what you want, and contribute money to the Library.
    • Over 100,000 items in more than 50 categories from Art to Zoology:
      • Hardcover and paperback fiction and non-fiction
      • Sci-Fi, including fantasy, horror, and supernatural
      • Music: sheet music and performing arts. Includes books from the estate of area resident D. M. (“Mac”) Marshman, the Oscar-winning screenwriter for Sunset Boulevard
      • Comic books and graphic novels, most $1 or less, plus a selection of scarce issues
      • Vinyl records with a nice grouping of dance LPs, DVDs, CDs, audiobooks & more
      • Ephemera-- the new favorite for collectors!
      • Foreign language
      • Children’s books for all ages
      • And our two new categories:
        • Fashion…from head to toe
        • Connecticut, New England and New York. From art to travel, and everything in between
    • All our vintage, signed, and special juvenile books will again have a section inside the air-conditioned library. An outstanding collection, including 11 of the 14 titles of the “Little Girl” series from Dodd, Mead. Like last year, this section includes easily-damaged pop-up books for all ages.
    • Also inside the Library
      • Beatlemania from the library of local resident Al Brodax, the producer and co-author of the ground-breaking Beatles animated film, Yellow Submarine. His co-writer was Love Story author, Erich Segal, and there are books and ephemera related to the film, to which we added other Beatles materials
      • Playboy magazines from the ‘60s and ‘70s
      • Signed books given by artists to Westport’s great and late centenarian artist, Howard Munce, including Munce’s own art work.
      • Signed books by Ron Chernow, Pulitzer-Prize winning author and honoree at the Library’s 2016 “Booked for the Evening” event. Includes a first edition of Hamilton.
    • Featured special books will be listed as the sale approaches and many will be on display in the Library starting July 1.Here are the top two:
      • First Plantin Press Edition of Seneca's Tragedies, 1576
      • Salvador Dali: A Study of his Art-in-Jewels, 1958, signed limited edition
    • Visa, MasterCard, and American Express accepted
    • Ample free parking; handicapped accessible. Quick access from Exit 17 on I-95 or Exit 41 on CT 15 (Merritt Parkway)
    • Same weekend as the Westport Annual Fine Arts Festival
    • And what you have come to expect: free admission, no double-pricing, no Internet skimming or eBay sales, no preview sale, no sales tax and our same low prices, starting at 50 cents for mass-market and children’s paperbacks
    • To stay current on Westport Library book sales, sign up for our e-newsletters and check the box for Book Sale News.
    • Future Book Sale: On Dec. 3-4, we’ll have our annual holiday sale. Mark the dates.

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    Coralville, IA

    Friends of Coralville Public Library
    1401 5th Street

    Aug 5 - 6
    • Offering buyers a broad range of reading material!
      • Friday 1:30 to 5:30
      • Saturday 9:00 to 3:00
    • Members get in an hour early, at 12:30 pm, on Friday for first pick at the sales.
    • Presenting OVER 8,000 BOOKS!
      • 75% donated. 25% library withdrawals.
      • 60% hardcover; sorted by type.
    • Great Prices:
      • Most hardcover books $2.00 on Friday & $1.00 on Saturday
      • Most paperback books $1.00 on Friday & $ .50 on Saturday
      • Audiovisual materials are 50 cents and children's books are 25 cents both days
    • Unless otherwise noted, all books for sale range from VERY GOOD to PRISTINE!
    • Large variety of hard cover & paperback books ranging from good to very good condition in FREE section
    • Also: FREE books area of lesser quality ranging from poor to good
    • More information about Friends Book Sales
    • To reach the library: From I-80 take the Coralville 1st Avenue exit (242), go south to the 5th St. intersection (there is a traffic light), turn right and go 11 blocks. The library is on your right. Just follow the new parking ramp signs.
    • Area sights: Amana Colonies, University of Iowa athletics & museums, Herbert Hoover Museum & Presidential Library, Devonian Fossil Gorge
    • Watch for the next great sale November 4 and 5!

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    Algonquin, IL

    Algonquin Area Public Library
    Eastgate Branch
    115 Eastgate St.

    July 7 - 10
    • Summer 2016 Book Sale!
    • Over 30,000 Books
      • Sorted into 70 categories!
    • All adult books are sorted and on shelves
    • Over 9000 items for children
      • These are well organized in bins and on shelves
    • Great Prices
      • Adult books, $1 and up; children .25 and up;
      • Paperbacks .50; CDs $1, DVDs $2, books on CD $3
    • Books are NOT picked over!
    • Special categories will be featured for this sale
    • Large FICTION section in alpha order
    • Many unusual special books!
      • Thursday 4 to 7
      • $10 Admission charge
      • Adults only please
      • Friday 4 to 8
      • Saturday 10 to 2
      • Sunday 1 to 4
    • Sunday Books are HALF PRICE
    • Refreshments available Friday, Saturday and Sunday

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    Des Plaines, IL

    Des Plaines Public Library
    1501 Ellinwood St.

    Downtown, just south of Metra train station

    Sept 9 - 11
    • Preview for members of the Friends
      • Friday, September 9 from 6 pm to 8:30 pm
      • Memberships available at the door; $5.00 for individuals, $10.00 for families.
      • Sign up for numbers will begin at 4 pm
    • Open to the Public
      • Saturday, Septmber 10 from 9:30 am to 4 pm
      • Sunday, September 11 from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
        • Sunday is bargain day.
    • Most hard cover books are $1.00, better books slightly higher.
      • Most are donated and are hard cover.
    • Also CD's, DVD's, and audio books.
    • Books are sorted into many categories, not picked over, no buyer's restrictions.
    • The Des Plaines History Center will be present on Sat. and Sun. only, selling gift items.
    • For information call (847) 376-2922
    • Note: The spring sale was cancelled due to construction at the library

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    Elmhurst, IL

    AAUW Elmhurst Area Branch
    at Lincoln School
    565 S. Fairfield Ave

    Aug 4 - 7
    • AAUW Elmhurst Area Annual USED BOOK SALE [American Association of University Women]
    • Successful operation for over 50 years. Proceeds benefit AAUW educational grants and local scholarships.
    • Over 25,000 Books
      • 100% Donated - 50% Hardcover
      • Super organized - sorted into 30+ categories
      • Large Children's Section
      • DVDs, CDs and Videos also available
    • Great Prices
      • Most items range from $1.00 to $2.00; children's from 50 cents to $2
      • Collector's Area and Newer Books individually priced
      • Price reductions on Sunday
        • BAG SALE - $10 per standard grocery bag of regular books and 50% off on individually priced books
    • Schedule
      • Thursday August 4th, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. - OPENING NIGHT
      • Friday August 5th , 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
      • Saturday August 6th , 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
      • Sunday August 7th , 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.-$10 BAG SALE
    • Admission
      • Opening Night (Thursday): $10 per person admission. Line-up and wristband sales begin at 5:00 p.m. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
      • Free admission all other days (Friday, Saturday, Sunday). Hours as listed above.

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    Lombard, IL

    American Association of University Women
    at First Church of Lombard
    220 S. Main Street

    Aug 3 - 6
    • More Than 10,000 Books!
      • 95% donated, 50% hardcover.
      • Fine sorted. Not picked over.
    • Large Section of Collectible books!
    • Also A/V items!
    • August 3 to 6, 2016
    • PRE-SALE August 3
      • Wednesday, 5 pm to 9 pm
      • $5 entry. Presale numbers available at 3 pm
    • FREE Entry August 4 to 6
      • Thursday & Friday, 9 am to 8 pm
      • Saturday, 9 am to noon
      • Books range from .50 to $3
      • More for Collectibles
    • BAG o' BOOKS SALE!
      • Saturday $10/bag (excludes collectibles)
    • Cash and checks only
    • Parking: church lot - entry W. Ash Street OR city lots on Main & Maple Streets
    • Presented by American Association University Women, Lombard Area Branch
    • Your purchase funds local and national scholarships for women and girls.

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    Overland Park, KS

    Half Price Books
    at KCI Expo Center (attached to the Holiday Inn KCI Airport)
    11728 Ambassador Drive

    Aug 12 - 14
    • Friday, August 12 - Sunday, August 14
      • Friday & Saturday 9am-7pm
      • Sunday 10am-5pm
    • First 100 customers each day will receive a FREE Half Pice Books tote!!!

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    Topeka, KS

    Friends of the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library
    at Kansas Expocentre
    Agricultural Hall
    One Expocentre Dr.
    (Just west of Topeka Blvd & 17th St)

    Sept 16 - 19
    • Friends of Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library Book Sale
    • Over 60,000 Items!
      • 80% Donated, 60% Hardback
      • Sorted into 20 categories
    • Premium Section!
    • PLUS CDs, DVDs, Records
    • Preview Night - Friends Members free
      • Friday September 16, 6pm to 9pm
      • Purchase a membership: $20 for Individual, $30 Family,
      • Non-members who prefer not to purchase a membership, may pay $5 per person (children ages 7 and under are free)
    • Free Admission
      • Saturday, September 17 9am to 5pm
      • Sunday, September 18, 10am to 5pm
        • Bag Day: Fill a grocery sack for just $5
      • Monday, September 19, 7am to noon
        • Free Day!
    • Great Prices
      • Hardbacks and large paperbacks $2, Small paperbacks $1
      • Records $1, CDs $2, DVDs $2, Audiobooks $2
      • Children’s books $1
      • Premium section – All items individually priced. A cashier will be stationed in this area for this section only.
      • Sunday – Bag day – all books (excluding items from the Premium Section) that will fit to the top of a grocery sack (provided) for $5 a bag.
      • Monday - Everything that is left is FREE (Bring your own boxes or bags)
    • Cash, Visa, Mastercard and Discover accepted
    • For more details, check out the Friends book sale web site
    Arnold, MO

    Immaculate Conception Church
    Parish Center, lower level (back parking lot)
    2300 Church Rd.

    • Sat 8-2
    • Preview: Fri 6-8pm, $5 fee
    • Thousands of books; 98% donated; 30% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; .25-$5; 1pm bag sale
    Arnold, MO

    Arnold Branch Library
    1701 Missouri State Rd

    Enter through basement

    • Fri 10-5, Sat 10-3
    • Preview: Thu 4-8pm, $5 fee
    • 15,000 books; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; .50-$1
    Cape Girardeau, MO

    Cape Girardeau Public Library
    711 N Clark St.

    Clever, MO

    Clever Public Library
    held at: Clever Fire Station
    406 N. Elm St.

    Sept; April
    • Fri 3-7, Sat 9-1
    Columbia, MO

    Friends of the Libraries
    University of Missouri-Columbia Libraries
    106B Ellis Library
    Lowry Mall

    • Sun-Thu 8am-11pm, Fri 8-5, Sat noon-5
    • $1-$4
    • New books put out each Wed.
    Columbia, MO

    Columbia Public Library
    100 W Broadway

    • Every Wed and Sat
    • .25 - $2

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    Creve Coeur, MO

    JCC Used Book Sale
    JCC Staenberg Family Complex -
    Arts & Education Building
    # 2 Millstone Campus Drive

    Aug 14 - 18
    • THOUSANDS of BOOKS will be available for sale as the Annual J Used Book Sale returns in August to the Arts and Education Building Stock up on your fall reading material.
    • August 14 to 18, 2016
    • Preview Day
      • Sunday: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
      • Admission $10 at the door
      • Line tickets go on sae at 9:00 AM
    • FREE Admission
      • Monday to Wednesday: 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
      • Thursday: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
        • Bag Day: Fill a bag for only $5
    • Apps are great, but there's nothing like the feel of a real book!
    • Book lovers, collectors and avid readers all anticipate this annual event.
    • Proceeds from the sale benefit the Cultural Arts Department
    • Contact: Zelda Sparks, 314-442-3169, SFC

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    Grain Valley, MO

    Grain Valley Assistance Council
    at Historical Society Bldg
    Main St (west side)

    • Wed 2-5pm, Thu, Fri 8-5, Sat 9-5
    • 3,700 books; 95% donated; 65% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; includes collection of new large print books; paperbacks .50-$3; hardcovers $1-$5; children's .25-$1; coffee table books $1-$5, puzzles .25-$1
    Hannibal, MO

    Hannibal Free Public Library
    200 S. Fifth St

    Aug 25 - 27
    • Thu, Fri 10-5:45, Sat 10-2
    • Sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; most less than $1

    • Fri 10-5:45, Sat 10-2
    • Sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; most less than $1
    Kansas City, MO

    Friends of Kansas City Public Library
    at Steamboat Arabia
    400 Grand Blvd

    July 2; Aug 6; Sept 3
    • Sat 9-2
    • 15% donated; 75% hardcover; sorted; 1,000 books, DVDs, records, CDs; paperbacks $1; hardcovers $2; CDs, DVDs $1, audio books $2
    • Some rare/unusual books were removed.
    Kennett, MO

    Dunklin County Library
    226 N. Main St.

    • 10-5
    • 4,000 books; 10% donated; 80% hardcover; paperbacks .10; hardcovers .25
    Kirksville, MO

    Adair County Public Library
    1 Library Lane

    Oct 1; Nov 5; Dec 3; Jan 7, 2017; Feb 4, 2017; March 4, 2017; April 1, 2017
    • Sat noon-3
    • "Thousands" of books; not 'picked over'
    • Sometimes a sale date/hours may change due to volunteer availability. Check before going.

    • Library hours
    • 100 books
    Kirkwood, MO

    Greentree Books
    Kirkwood Public Library
    140 E. Jefferson Ave.

    • Mon-Thu 10-8, Fri, Sat 10-6, Sun 1-4
    Kirkwood, MO

    Eliot Unitarian Chapel
    100 South Taylor

    • Sat 9-3, Sun 9-1
    • Preview: Fri 2-6; admission $3/ind, $5/fam.
    • 3,000 books; 90% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; plus CDs, DVDs; .50-$3
    Lebanon, MO

    Lebanon-Laclede County Library
    915 S Jefferson

    Sept 30 - Oct 2
    • Sat 8:30-5, Sun 1-4
    • Preview: Fri 4-8pm, $5 fee
    • 30,000 books; 100% donated; 30% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; .50-$1

    • Sat 8:30-3
    • 30,000 books; 90% donated; 30% hardcover; Children's 3/$1, all others half price: .25-.50
    • Clearance Sale - remainders from a previous sale
    Linn, MO

    Friends of Osage County Library
    at Osage County Community Center
    1811 Hwy 50 East (1 Technology Dr)

    • Watch this spot for details on a great sale!
    Mound City, MO

    Mound City Public Library
    207 E. 6th St

    • Mon-Fri noon-5, Sat 9-noon
    • 1,500 books; 30% donated; 80% hardcover; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; $2-$3
    Mountain View, MO

    Mountain View Public Library
    125 South Oak St.

    July 2; Aug 6; Sept 3; Oct 1; Nov 5; Dec 3; Jan 7, 2017; Feb 4, 2017; March 4, 2017; April 1, 2017
    • Sat 8-noon
    • 900 books; 75% donated; 80% hardcover; partly sorted; Donation (hardcovers .50 minimum)
    Ozark, MO

    Christian County Library
    1005 N 4th Ave.

    Oct 8 - 15; April
    • Sats 8:30-5, Mon-Thu noon-8, Fri noon-5
    • Preview: Friday before 6-8pm, Friends; join at door $6/year
    • 8,000 books; 90% donated; 50% hardcover; no buyer restrictions; some sorting; .25-$1; Thu, Fri half price, last Sat $2/bag
    • Some books removed
    Rolla, MO

    Rolla Public Library
    900 Pine St.

    • Fri 9-5, Sat 9-4:30
    • Preview: Thursday 5-8, Friends; join at door $10 ind., $5 seniors/students, $25 fam.
    • Sorted; books, books on tape, videos, mags.; Sat 2:30 $1/bag

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    Saint Charles, MO

    250,000 Items!
    Friends of the St. Charles City-County Library Book Sale
    at St. Charles Convention Center
    Veterans Memorial Parkway & Fairgrounds Rd.
    (Due to extensive road construction in the area, please use the following route to the event.

    Customers traveling west on I-70 should exit at Zumbehl, turn left to go over I-70, and then turn left (to travel back east) on Veterans Memorial Parkway.

    Customers traveling east on I-70 should exit at Zumbehl and continue heading east on Veterans Memorial Parkway
    636-441-2300 x 1582

    July 15 - 17
    • One of the largest Book Fairs in the St. Louis area
    • Over 250,000 hardbacks, paperbacks, sets, records, and magazines
    • Friday, July 15:
      • 9:00 am to noon - Friends members only admission
      • Purchase a membership now
      • Friends memberships will be sold on Friday immediately after the 9 a.m. opening (Shop at 9:00 a.m. on Friday for the best selection.)
      • Noon to 9:00 p.m. - Open to the general public.
    • Saturday, July 16: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
      • Open to the general public
    • Sunday, July 17: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
      • Open to the general public
      • $5.00 a bag day (most items) Standard size plastic grocery bags provided on site.
    • The 2016 Friends Book Fair will be held at the St. Charles Convention Center, One Convention Center Plaza, St. Charles, Mo. 63303.
      • Nearly 30,000 square feet filled with the best bargains in town! At this location, customers shop in comfort with wide aisles, cool temperatures (no matter how hot it gets outside), and plenty of convenient free parking.
      • Most hardbacks $2, regular size paperbacks 50 cents, oversize paperbacks $1
      • All children's and teen books 25 cents
      • Magazines 10 cents
      • AV materials priced as marked.
      • Some very old books, reference materials and special items priced separately.
      • On Sunday, books are sold for $5.00 a bag-standard size grocery bags provided.
    • All books sorted into popular categories - easy to find the items you want!
    • Some of the most popular categories: cookbooks, children's, crafts, art, western, mysteries, science fiction, biographies
    • Separate area for children's and teen materials.
    • Book Donations: Donations of used books are taken all year. Donations may be dropped off at any branch of the St. Charles City-County Library District.
    • Leftovers: The Friends will donate the "leftovers" from the 2016 Fair to non-profit organizations (schools, churches, etc.) who can come on Sunday, July 17 between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. and pick them up. Books will be given away on a first-come-first-serve basis. Non-profit organizations interested in any of the leftover items should click here to sign up online or contact Erica Land at 441-2300 ext. 1582 prior to the Fair.
    • Volunteers: Approximately 300 volunteers are needed for a successful Book Fair. If you would like to help with set-up on Thursday, July 14 or work a shift at the Fair, click here to sign up online. Volunteer jobs include stocking tables, tallying sales, cashiering, providing information and loading and unloading trucks.
    • Mark your calendar now and come out to support your FRIENDS!
    Saint Louis, MO

    YMCA Book Fair
    Greensfelder Arena at Queeny Park
    550 Weidman Rd

    • Watch here for details on the next great book sale!
    Shelbina, MO

    Shelbina Carnegie Public Library
    102 N Center St.

    Springfield, MO

    Springfield-Greene County Library
    at Ozark Empire Fairgrounds
    E-Plex west wing
    3001 N Grant Ave

    Oct; April
    • Wed-Sat 10-8, Sun 1-5
    • Preview: Tue 5-8 pm, Friends; join at door $5
    • "Thousands" of books; 75% donated; 75% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; plus CDs, DVDs, audiobooks, vinyl, puzzles/games; .50-$1; Sat half price, Sun $1 and $5 bag day.
    St. Joseph, MO

    Friends of the St. Joseph Public Library
    at East Hills Shopping Center
    3702 Frederick Avenue

    • Watch this spot for details on the next book sale!
    St. Joseph, MO

    Rolling Hills Consolidated Library Annex
    1906A N Belt Hwy

    • Mon-Thu 9-6, Fri 9-3, Sat noon-3, Sun 1-4
    • 3,000 books; 98% donated; 90% hardcover; sorted; paperbacks $1; hardcovers $2; CD, VHS $1, DVD $2, LPs .50, audiocassette .25
    • Not picked over; no resrictions
    St. Louis, MO

    Greater St. Louis Book Fair
    Macy's at West County Center
    80 West County Center, St. Louis MO 63131
    East Parking Garage, Lower Level

    April 27 - 30, 2017
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    St. Louis, MO

    St. Philips UCC
    10708 Lavinia

    • Sat 8-2, Sun 11-1
    • Preview: Fri 5-8pm, $5 fee
    • 2,500+ books; 100% donated; 40% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; paperbacks .50; hardcovers $1; Sun 1pm $5/grocery bag
    • We prefer cash - no checks

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    St. Louis, MO

    Half Price Books Clearance Sale
    Greensfelder Arena at Queeny Park
    550 Weidman Rd

    July 22 - 24

      Half Price Books Clearance Sale
      Everything's $2.00 or less!

      Thousands of items coming from HPB locations across the Midwest

      Books including:

      • Non-fiction and fiction
      • Hardbacks and paperbacks
      • Children's, teen, and young adult

      Also includes music, movies, and games!

      Friday, July 22nd - Sunday, July 24th

      • Friday and Saturday 9am to 7pm
      • Sunday 10am to 6pm

      First 200 customers each day receive a FREE HPB tote bag!

      Trenton, MO

      Grundy Cty Jewett Norris Library
      1331 Main St

      April 26 - 29, 2017
      • Tue-Fri 9-5, Sat 9-noon
      • Preview: Mon 9-5, Friends; join at door
      • 3,000+ books; 100% donated; 95% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; .25-$2; Sat buy 1 get 1 free
      Vienna, MO

      Friends of the Maries County Library
      at 128 N. Mill St

      • Sat, Mon-Sat, 9-7 daily (closed Sun)
      • 6,000 books; 40% donated; 70% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; books, tapes, videos; paperbacks .10-.50; hardcovers $2; after 1st day hardcovers reduced to $1; last day $1/bag
      • Wed-Sat Maries County Fair - Vienna MO
      Washington, MO

      Friends of Washington Library
      at Washington City Auditorium
      211 High St

      • Sat 9-4, Sun noon-3
      • Preview: Fri 4-7pm, Friends; join at door
      • 5,000 books; 100% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; plus CDs, DVDs; also vintage books; $1-$3

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      Hendersonville, NC

      Friends of Henderson County Library
      at 1940 Spartanburg Hwy (Route 176)

      (next door to Dollar General)

      Sept 10 - 24
      • 3 Weekends in September!
      • Friends of the Henderson County Public Library
        • THE BIG FALL SALE!
      • Preview:
        • Friday, September 9th:  Member's preview 10am to 4:30pm
        • (Memberships available at the door, $6 individual, $10 family) 
      • Open to the Public:
        • Saturday, September 10th, 10am to 4:30pm
        • Sunday, September 11th, 1pm to 4:30pm
        • Friday and Saturday, September 16th & 17th: 10am to 4:30pm
          • Everything Half Price!
        • Saturday, September 24th: 10am to 4:30pm
          •  $6 per box (box provided) tax included
      • 100,000 Gently Used Books, DVDs, CDs, LPs
        • 98% private donations, 2% ex-lib.
      • Hardcover, softcover, mass paper
      • Something for everyone:
        • Collectibles
        • Regional
        • Autographed
        • Art & Coffee Table Books
        • Fiction, Nonfiction
        • Religion
        • History
        • Cookbooks
        • Gardening
        • Sports
        • Business
        • Children's books and lots more!
      • Average price .50 to $5.00; art / coffee table / collectible higher
      • Cash and checks only, please
      • Dealers: Please bring us a photocopy of your sales tax exemption certificate
      • Questions? Email
      • See you there!

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      Norman, OK

      Sponsored by Friends of the Norman Library
      Norman Public Library
      225 N. Webster Street

      Oct 21 - 24
      • Annual Fall Book Sale - over 50,000 items!
        • Books, Videos, CDs, Audiotapes, Records
        • Computer Software, Puzzles
        • Sorted into over 60 categories
        • Paperbacks .50 & $1, Hardcovers $1
      • Collector's Rooms: First editions, signed, out-of-print, coffee table, gift books, University of Oklahoma Press, Western history, Native American, other local interest books; specially priced!
      • Separate Children's Area
      • Preview for Members Only
        • Friday, October 21, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
        • Memberships available at the door
      • General Sale - Free to the public
        • Saturday, October 22, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
        • Sunday, October 23, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
      • Price Reductions Monday, October 24, 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.
        • Bag Sale $5 per bag (general sale); we provide the bag
        • Books in Collector's Rooms half price
      • Library Directions

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      McLean, VA

      AAUW - McLean, VA Chapter
      at McLean Community Center
      1234 Ingleside Avenue
      703-527-4206 (AAUW Contact)

      The McLean Community Center is 2.6 miles from Tysons Corner Shopping Center.

      Sept 16 - 18
      • The McLean Virginia Branch of the American Association of University Women will start collecting books,CDs, DVDs, records and recent textbooks
      • Saturday May 21 from 9:00 am - 1:30 pm  at the Sun Trust Bank (515 Maple Ave East, Vienna)  
      • Please no encyclopedias,VHS,or audio tapes.
      • Proceeds are used for scholarships for women, to promote their professional development and to encourage grade school and high school girls to engage in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
      • Questions: or 703-527-4201 or visit
      • Future collections will be held on June 18, July 16, and August 13.
      • The 47th McLean AAUW Used Book Sale will be September 16,17, and 18 at the McLean Community Center
      • 124 Ingleside Ave, McLean, VA.

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