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July, 2024
12-16Newtown, CTHUGE Sale!
13Eugene
13McMinnville
13-14Palo Alto, CAHUGE BOOK/MEDIA SALE
13Scappoose
19-20Portland
20Lebanon
21Detroit, MIFestival of Books!
25-27PhilomathBig Sale
26-30Southport, CTTent Sale
27-28Lowell


August, 2024
2-4Gladstone
2-4Saint Charles, MO250,000+ Items!
3Ruch
9-10Bandon
9-11North Plains
10Scappoose
17Lebanon
17Prineville
17Sacramento, CATent Sale
24-25Eugene
24Sacramento, CAWarehouse Bag Sale!
30-9/2Redding, CTBig Sale
31-9/1Florence
?The Dalles
Sales in September and beyond...
Book Z Pro
Booth Library Book Sale
Pequot Library Book Sale
St. Charles Book Sale
Mark Twain Book Sale

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Ongoing Sales

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The Dalles
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Future Sales

September, 2024
7Ruch
12-22Santa Barbara, CAExceptional
14McMinnville
14Scappoose
21Lebanon
21Prineville
28-29Corvallis
?Columbia City
?Hermiston
?Hermiston
?Jacksonville
?Milton-Freewater

October, 2024
4-7Santa Rosa, CAHUGE SALE!
5-6Albany, CABig Sale
5Ruch
12Scappoose
19Lebanon
19Prineville
25-11/3Hillsboro
26-30Gainesville, FLBig Sale
?Beaverton
?Forest Grove
?Gold Hill
?Golden, COMega Sale!
?Keizer
?Lexington, KYBig Sale
?Pendleton
?Port Orford
?Roseburg
?St. Helens
?Stayton
?Tigard

November, 2024
1-2Albany
2Ruch
5Scappoose
9Eugene
9McMinnville
16Lebanon
16Prineville
?Tualatin

December, 2024
7-8Corvallis
7Ruch
14Lebanon
14Scappoose
21Prineville

January, 2025
No sales to display for this month

February, 2025
22-23Kennett Square, PA50,000+ Books!

March, 2025
No sales to display for this month

April, 2025
No sales to display for this month

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Albany, CA



Friends of Albany Library
Community Center
1247 /1249 Marin Avenue
510-526-3720

Enter at front (Marin Avenue side) of the building



Oct 5 - 6

Watch this spot for the next huge sale!

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Palo Alto, CA

HUGE BOOK/MEDIA SALE
Friends of the Palo Alto Library
At Cubberley Community Center
4000 Middlefield Road
650-494-1266



July 13 - 14
  • Friends of the Palo Alto Library holds huge sales of gently used books and media on the SECOND SATURDAY and SUNDAY of EVERY MONTH!
  • Sales feature over 70,000 books, CDs, DVDs, LPs, games, and puzzles for adults,@ teens, and children.
    • 95% of items are donated- NOT library discards - and are carefully sorted by subject and genre.
    • Many foreign language materials.
    • Very reasonably priced!
  • FOPAL now accepts the following forms of payment: cash, checks, credit cards, PayPal, and Apple Pay in all 3 sale rooms.
  • Masks encouraged! Lower than usual room occupancy numbers maintained in all rooms.
  • Saturday Hours
    • Main Sale Room (portable bldg. at rear of campus next to tennis courts, north entrance): 11 am - 4 pm 
    • Children's Book Room (portable bldg. at rear of campus near Greendell Elem and Cubberley track, south entrance): 10 am - 4 pm 
    • Bargain Room (Cubberley Rooms H-2 and H-3, north entrance) 9:30 am - 4 pm
  • Sunday Hours
    • All Rooms open 11 am - 4 pm
    • Bargain Room: 50% off and $5/bag
  • For more information about our monthly sales, maps and directions, making donations, volunteering for FOPAL, or to sign up for our PRE-SALE NEWSLETTER ANNOUNCING SPECIALS, please visit our website at www.fopal.org

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Santa Rosa, CA

HUGE SALE!
Friends of Santa Rosa Libraries
at Santa Rosa Veterans Bldg
1351 Maple Ave
707) 308-3020 x 1541



Oct 4 - 7
  • 50,000+ gently used books and media at bargain prices
  • Books curated and sorted into 50+ genres including recent and vintage fiction/literature and non-fiction, plus thousands of DVDs, CDs, jigsaw puzzles, games, and collectible and gift books.
  • Great book selections in fiction, mysteries, sci-fi, romance, poetry, biographies/memoirs, arts and culture, history, science and nature, social sciences, cooking, health/medicine, religion including New Age, languages, travel, home arts, sports/hobbies, children’s books, and more.
  • Bargain prices: most books $2 or less, children’s books $1, DVDs $2, and CDs $2, plus a wide assortment of special-priced sets and “better books.”
  • HOURS:
    • Friday, October 4
      • 1-3pm Members preview (Individual membership $10 at the door, starting at noon)
      • 3-7pm open to the public 
    • Saturday October 5: 10am - 5pm
    • Sunday, October 6: "Half Price Day" 10am - 4pm 
    • Monday October 7: "$5 Bag Day" 2pm - 6pm
  • 95% of items donated; 5% library discards. Hosted by Friends of the Santa Rosa Libraries. All proceeds benefit Santa Rosa Libraries.
  • Payment methods accepted: Credit, debit, cash, check, ApplePay, Samsung Pay
  • Parking available on site.
  • For more information see our website HERE
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Sacramento, CA


Friends of the Sacramento Public Library
Book Den
8250 Belvedere Avenue (Rear of Suite E)
916-731-8493

(between Power Inn and Florin-Perkins, 1 block south of 14th Ave)


Aug 17
  •  Warehouse Bag Sale
    • Friends of the Sacramento Public Library
  • Members Only Sale
    • Saturday, August 17, 2024
    • 9:00 am - 3:00 pm*
  • *Appointment needed. Email Pam at macsa46@gmail.com to set appointment or call 916-731-8493


Aug 24
  • Friends of the Sacramento Public Library
  •  Warehouse Bag Sale
    • General Public Sale
    • Saturday, August 24, 2024, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • No appointment needed
  • There is no better deal in town than the Book Den's Bag Sale where you can fill up a grocery bag for $6, with no limit on the number of bags full of books you can purchase.
    • There are no additional discounts on Bag Sales, but the Book Den Store is open with regular discounts
  • Bag Sales offer all warehouse books, DVD's, and other items at $6 per grocery-sized bag. Please Note: Book Den Store items are not included in the bag sale.

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Santa Barbara, CA


Planned Parenthood California Central Coast
at Earl Warren Showgrounds
3400 Calle Real
805-722-7870



Sept 12 - 22
  • Planned Parenthood ANNUAL BOOK SALEour books are clean, curated, and quality!
  • 100,000 BOOKS!
  • All books sorted into over 48 popular categories - easy to find the items you want!
    • New titles added daily
    • All books in good to like-new condition
  • Opening Night: Thursday, September 12, 4 pm to 8 pm
    • $30 Admission (opening night preview sale only)
      • Watch here to purchase tickets
    • For Thursday preview sale we will hand out numbers to hold your place in line beginning at noon
    • Dealers, bring your resale number to avoid payment of sales tax
  • Regular Sale – free admission! September 13 to 22
    • Friday and Saturday, 10am-8pm
    • Sunday,10am-6pm
    • Monday, 10am-7pm
    • Tuesday - Friday, noon-6 pm
    • Saturday, 10am-6pm
    • Sunday, September 24, 10am-6pm HALF PRICE DAY
      • 4pm to 6pm, everything FREE to educators and non-profits (with ID)
  • Specials category with rare and antiquarian books
  • CDs, DVDs, and vinyl records
  • We accept credit cards
  • One of the largest used book sales in Southern California!
  • Visit our website
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  • Follow us on Instagram ( @ppbooksalesb )

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Golden, CO

Mega Sale!
Jefferson County Library Foundation
Whale of a Used Book Sale
at Jefferson County Fairgrounds
15200 W. 6th Avenue
303-403-5075




Oct

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Newtown, CT

HUGE Sale!
Friends of the C.H. Booth Library
ANNUAL BOOK SALE
at Reed Intermediate School
3 Trades Lane
(Across from Fairfield Hills)
Right off I-84, Exit 11, Routes 25 and 34
203-426-4533



July 12 - 16
  • OVER 120,000 BOOKS, CDs, DVDs, LPS, PUZZLES, GAMES, AND MORE!
  • July 12 to July 16 -  48th ANNUAL BOOK SALE
    • Friday, 1 - 5
      • $40 admission - Attendance Limited to 200
      • Ticket sales start Friday noon
    • Saturday, 10 - 5
      • $5 admission – Ages 18 and under FREE
      • Ticket sales start Saturday at 9am
    • Sunday, 10 - 5: 25% off
    • Monday, 10 - 7: 50% off
    • Tuesday, 10 - 1: FREE DAY
  • Best organized sale anywhere
    • Rare, collectible and noteworthy signed books and media all in one room
    • All adult fiction, CDs, DVDs, LPs organized by genre
    • Children’s books organized by reading level, series and interests
  • Over 90 categories, including your favorites:
    • Adult Fiction: classics to recent bestsellers, mystery and thriller, science fiction and fantasy, comic books, graphic novels and manga plus much more!
    • Adult non-fiction: art, cinema/media and photography, computer software (including games), crafts, gardening, history (American and world), home improvement and many other areas!
    • Children's books: the biggest section anywhere!
    • Jigsaw puzzles and games
    • Media: audiobooks, CDs, DVDs and LP records (33s, 45s, 78s)
    • Young Adult: all the favorite authors and series
  • Pay by cash, check or credit/debit card;  Discover, Visa & MasterCard Accepted
  • Unbeatable Amenities
    • Contactless payment available using Square and PayPal
    • Air-conditioning and plenty of on-site parking
    • Secure holding areas for intended purchases available on Friday and Saturday
    • Scanners and personal electronic devices welcome in sales areas
    • Stockpiling and “clearing” not permitted
  • UPDATES AND DETAILS POSTED AT BOOTHBOOKSALE.ORG

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Redding, CT


The Mark Twain Library
at Redding Community Center
37 Lonetown Road (Route 107)
(GPS: 41.310787, -73.38534)
203-938-2545

JUST FOLLOW OUR GREEN DIRECTION SIGNS!


Aug 30 - Sept 2

63rd Annual Mark Twain Library Book Fair

Labor Day weekend dates are Friday August 30, 2024 to Monday, September 2, 2024
Over 60,000 books for sale organized in 75 categories!
Free admission* ($20 Early Admission Charge from 9-10am – Friday ONLY)
Free parking and refreshments are available for purchase.

Friday: 9-4 prices as marked
Saturday: 10-4 prices as marked
Sunday: 10-4 half price day
Monday: 9-4 $10 for a box full of books

Where: The Redding Community Center, 37 Lonetown Road, Redding CT
Questions? Email us at bookfair@marktwainlibrary.org

Debit and credit cards accepted

Book Fair Highlights

Collector’s Corner
A special section at the Mark Twain Library Book Fair, that is filled with
rare and beautiful editions and is one of the most popular spots.
Collector’s Corner highlights - AVAILABLE SOON


Other Highlights
This year’s fair has a number of exciting offerings for shoppers.
Other Highlights - AVAILABLE SOON


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Southport, CT


Pequot Library
720 Pequot Avenue (Exit 19 off I-95)
203-259-0346



July 26 - 30
  • PEQUOT LIBRARY SUMMER BOOK SALE
  • One of the largest book sales in New England
    • Our Summer Book Sale draws book lovers from near and far!
    • The five-day sale is held in large tents on the Great Lawn and parking lot, and in the Auditorium and Reading Room of the Library.
  • Over 100,000 Items in More Than 60 Categories!
    • Books! CDs! DVDs! Records!
    • and Unique Specials!
  • Please check our website often for updated lists of specials, categories, and for more information: CLICK HERE
  • Friday, July 26 to Tuesday, July 30
    • Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
      • Tent: $4 Hardcovers | $3 Paperbacks | $1.00 Mass Market | $4 LP’s
      • Auditorium: As Marked | $.50 Comics | Specials as Marked | CDs $2, DVDs $3
    • Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
      • Tent: $3 Hardcovers | $2 Paperbacks | $1 Mass Market | $4 LP’s
      • Auditorium: $1.00 | $.25 Comics | 20% off Specials | CDs $1.50 DVDs $2
    • Sunday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
      • Tent: $2 Hardcovers | $1 Paperbacks | $.50 Mass Market | $2 LP’s
      • Auditorium: 25% Off Books | $.25 Comics | 50% off Specials | CDs and DVDs $1
    • Monday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
      • Tent: $1 Hardcovers | $.50 Paperbacks | $.50 Mass Market | $1 LP’s
      • Auditorium: 50% Off Books | $.10 Comics | 50% off Specials | CDs and DVDs $.50
    • Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
      • $5 PER BAG!  *  $5 PER BAG!  *  $5 PER BAG!  
  • All items gently used and donated to Pequot Library
  • Admission is FREE and open to the public
  • Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express accepted.
  • Scanners and other wireless devices welcome in sales areas. (Stockpiling and “clearing” not permitted)
  • *Trinity Episcopal church hosts its “Park for Food” drive from Fri., July 26 through Sun., July 28 during the first days of the Summer Book Sale.
    • Park in their lot on the corner of Pequot Ave. and Center St. from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. in exchange for canned food or cash.* Please note that on Friday July 26 the lot is only open for parking until 2 p.m.
  • All proceeds support Pequot Library’s books, services, programs, and exhibitions for adults and children, serving more than 45,000 participants a year. 

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Gainesville, FL


Friends of the Library - Alachua County Library District
Book House
430 North Main St.
352-375-1676

(Across from Truist Bank)


Oct 26 - 30

Watch here for details on the next great enormous Book Sale!

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Lexington, KY



Lexington Central Library
140 East Main Street
Lexington, KY 40507
859-231-5505

(Conference Room A)



Oct

Watch here for details on the next great book sale!

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Detroit, MI

Festival of Books!
Detroit Festival of Books!
Eastern Market
Shed 5
2934 Russell Street

Detroit Book Festival




July 21
  • 7th Detroit Festival of Books! (aka: Detroit Bookfest)
  • Sunday, July 21, 2024
    • 10am - 4pm
  • FREE entry!
  • Festival takes place at Eastern Market Shed 5
    • (Shed 5 is wheelchair-accessible)
  • Featuring more than 100 vendors from all over the USA & Canada, selling BOOKS:
    • Used
    • Rare
    • Antiquarian
    • Unusual
    • Ephemera
    • Authors - and more
  • ALSO Tons of
    • Vinyl records
    • Comic books
    • Creative arts
    • Vintage board games -  and more!
  • Enjoy FOOD, BEER,  and DJ Seven Whales bringing the FUNK MUSIC!
  • KID-FRIENDLY EVENT! Children in attendance may construct their very own book with the assistance of volunteers from "Arts & Scraps", a Detroit-based nonprofit that helps children repurpose discarded materials into educational and creative projects.
  • We are pleased to announce the participation of Birdie’s Bookmobile at at this year’s festival. Birdie’s Bookmobile is dedicated to eliminating book deserts and making books more accessible to children in Detroit. Birdie’s Bookmobile helps families build print-rich home environments, improve literacy outcomes, and grow lifelong readers. In addition to accepting donations of children’s and young-adult books, the bookmobile will be offering several fun activities for children attending this year’s Bookfest, including:
    • Create Your Own Comic Strip
    • Have Fun with Mad Libs
    • “Once Upon a Time”children take turns adding one sentence to a story. The story will be available to read on the Bookmobile website after Bookfest.
  • There is no admission fee at Bookfest, nor is there any charge for children to participate in any activities.
    • Book donations help build home libraries, promote shared reading experiences, and impact generations. Every book counts! Book needs for children from birth to age 18 include:
      • board books • picture books • early readers
      • chapter books • graphic novels
      • middle-grade books
      • young-adult books
  • Questions? books@detroitbookfest.com
  • Bookfest Home Page
  • Facebook Event Page
  • CLICK HERE for all the event details!
  • Want to see the size of Shed 5? Click here for a virtual tour
  • Come enjoy this glorious day of BOOKS, vinyl records, comics, creative arts, food, beer, funk music and more! What's not to love?!
  • Check the Bookfest photos from last year!

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Saint Charles, MO

250,000+ Items!
Friends of the St. Charles City-County Library Book Sale
The Family Arena
2002 Arena Parkway
(Enter at Gate 2)
636-441-2300 x 1542




Aug 2 - 4
  • ST. CHARLES CITY-COUNTY LIBRARY -- FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY 2024 SUMMER BOOK FAIR
  • August 2, 3, & 4
  • One of the largest Book Fairs in the St. Louis area
  • Over 250,000 items including hardbacks, paperbacks, cake pans, sets, and AV material
  • The 2024 Friends Summer Book Fair will be held at the Family Arena, 2002 Arena Parkway, St. Charles, MO 63303. Enter at Gate 2
    • 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.
  • Special Notes for 2024:
    • The 2024 Fair will NOT offer a large order staging area as in past years.
    • Donations are not accepted at the Fair.
    • The 2024 Friends Book Fair will include a silent auction. The auction will be happening in-person during the fair and will feature some of the more valuable materials that were donated this year.
    • Auction hours are 9:00am to 5:00 pm on Friday Only. Items must be picked up by 7:00 pm Friday.
  • Friday, August 2:
  • FRIENDS MEMBERS WILL ONCE AGAIN ENJOY ADVANCE SHOPPING HOURS
    • 9:00 am to noon - Friends members only admission
    • Friends memberships must be received by Friday, July 26 - 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, August 3: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
    • Open to the general public
  • Sunday, August 4: 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.
  • BARGAIN PRICES - GREAT SELECTION:
  • CASH, CHECK or CREDIT accepted
    • Most hardbacks $2, regular size paperbacks 50 cents, oversize paperbacks $1
    • All children's and teen books 50 cents
    • Cake Pans $5
    • AV materials & adult graphic novels priced as marked
    • Some very old books, reference materials and special items are 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!
  • Leftovers: The Friends will donate the "leftovers" from the 2024 Summer Book Fair to nonprofit organizations (schools, churches, etc.) who can come on Sunday, August 4, between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. and pick them up. Books will be given away on a first-come-first-serve basis. Nonprofit organizations interested in any of the leftover items should click here to sign up online or contact Jennifer Compton-Linden at 636-720-3267 prior to the Book Fair.

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Albany, OR


Downtown Carnegie Library
302 Ferry St
541-917-7585


Ongoing
  • Mon-Fri 10-6
  • 2,000 books; 50% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; $1 & up
Albany, OR

Friends of Albany Public Library Book Store
2450 14th Ave SE
541-971-5152

Nov 1 - 2
  • Fri 11-6, Sat 10-5
  • Preview: Fri 9-11, Friends; join at door $10
  • 10,000 books; 75% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; .50-$3
  • Books first available in library bookstore
  • Credit cards accepted


Bookstore
  • Tu, Th, Fr 1-5' Wed 10-noon, Sat 1-4
  • 5,000 books; 100% donated; 70% hardcover; sorted; .50-$3
  • We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone who is disruptive.
Ashland, OR

Ashland Public Library
410 Siskiyou Blvd
541-774-6980



Ongoing
  • Library hours: Mon 10-8, Tue, Wed 10-6, Thu-Sat noon-5, Sun noon-4
  • 1,000 books; 100% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; paperbacks $1; hardcovers $1-$2; trade pb $1; CDs $1, DVDs $2
  • Oregon Shakespeare Festival is open Feb-Oct; stop in and pick up a book to enjoy between plays.
Bandon, OR

Bandon Public Library
1204 11th St. SW
541-347-3221

Aug 9 - 10
  • Fri noon-5, Sat 10-5
  • Preview: Fri 10-noon, Friends; join at door
  • 6,000 books; 100% donated; 50% hardcover; no buyer restrictions; partly sorted; .50-$1
  • "Some helpers may pick out a few books, but mostly just paperbacks and magazines"


Bookstore
  • Library hours
  • 2,000 books
Beaverton, OR

New Friends of Beaverton City Library
12375 SW 5th St
503-643-5188

Lobby & Conference Rooms


Oct

Watch this spot for the next great sale!
Bend, OR

Supporters of Literacy in Deschutes County (SOLID)
at Ponderosa Elementary School
3790 NE Purcell Blvd

(NE Corner of School - access via Yeoman Blvd)


Ongoing
  • Small group (maximum 6 people) PRIVATE book sales upon request. We ask that shoppers assemble their own groups and commit, as a group, to purchase a minimum of $50.
  • For an appointment, please email toby@literacyindeschutes.org or call 541-977-5341
Canby, OR

Canby Public Library - Friends used book store
220 NE 2nd Ave
503-266-3394

Bookstore
  • Library hours
  • 3,000 books; 95% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; paperbacks $1-$1.50; hardcovers $2.50
  • Not picked over; no restrictions.

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Cannon Beach, OR


Cannon Beach Library
131 N Hemlock
503-436-1391




Ongoing
  • Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat noon-4
  • Hundreds of books; 100% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; no buyer restrictions; $1-$50
Columbia City, OR

Columbia City Community Library
2000 2nd St
503-366-8020



Sept
  • Sat 8-3
  • 6,000 books; 80% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; Plus CDs, DVDs; paperbacks $1; hardcovers $2
  • Quilt raffle, car show, vendors


Ongoing
  • Mon, Sat 10-2; Wed, Thu 3-6
  • 3,000 books; 80% donated; 30% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; .50-$2
Coos Bay, OR

Coos Bay Public Library
525 Anderson Ave.
541-269-1101

Bookstore
  • Wed-Fri noon-5
Cornelius, OR

Cornelius Public Library
Corner of 14th and Adair

Ongoing
  • Library hours
  • Paperbacks $1; hardcovers $2
Corvallis, OR

Corvallis Public Library
645 NW Monroe Ave
541-602-0069



Sept 28 - 29; Dec 7 - 8
  • Sat 9-4, Sun 10-3
  • Preview: Fri 2-5, Friends; join at door $10
  • 120 boxes of books; 60% donated; no buyer restrictions; children's $1; priced as marked
  • More valuable books sold online
  • Credit cards accepted


Ongoing
  • Library hours
  • 300 books; 60% donated; 10% hardcover
  • .50 shelf
Eagle Point, OR

Eagle Point Library
at Ashpole Community Center (next to City Hall)
541-826-3313

Ongoing
  • Library hours
  • .50-$10
Estacada, OR

Chapter 2
Estacada Public Library
825 NW Wade St
503-630-8273

Ongoing
  • Library hours
  • 500 books; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions
Eugene, OR

Eugene Public Library
100 W 10th Ave
541-484-1452



July 13
  • Sat 10-4
  • Hundreds books; $1
  • Credit cards accepted


Nov 9
  • Sat 10-4
  • Hundreds of books; sorted
  • Limited number of books over $30 removed to sell online
  • Credit cards accepted


Bookstore
  • 10-4 daily when library is open
  • First Fri: Buy one get one free (equal or lesser value)
Eugene, OR

River Road-Santa Clara Volunteer Library
Held at Irving Grange
1011 Irvington Rd.
541-206-8354

Aug 24 - 25
  • Sat, Sun 8-2
  • 5,000 books; 90% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; Sat most $2; Sun $10/bag
  • Credit cards accepted
Florence, OR

Siuslaw Public Library
1460 9th St
541-997-3132



Aug 31 - Sept 1
  • Sat 10-4, Sun 10-3
  • Preview: Sat 9-10am, Friends; join at door
  • 3,500 books; 85% donated; 60% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; .25-$1

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Forest Grove, OR


Friends of Forest Grove Library
2114 Pacific Ave




Oct
  • Thu 9:30-7:30, Fri, Sat 9:30-5:30
  • 9,000+ books; 75% donated; sorted
  • Books have been screened and some removed for online sale
  • Credit cards accepted
Gladstone, OR

Gladstone Public Library
at John Wetten Elementary School
250 E Exeter
503-260-4786

Aug 2 - 4
  • Fri, Sat 10-7, Sun 10-4
  • 3,500 books; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; $1-$2
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Gladstone Community Festival next door
Gladstone, OR

Gladstone Library
135 E. Dartmouth St.
503-655-8540

Ongoing
  • Library hours
Gold Hill, OR

Gold Hill Library
202 Dardanelles St
541-855-1994



Oct
  • Fri 10-5. Sat 9-3
  • 2,000 books; 100% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; .50-$2
Grants Pass, OR

Grants Pass Library
200 NW C St.
541-474-5480

Bookstore
  • Library hours
Hammond, OR

Warrenton Community Library
861 Pacific Dr.
503-861-3919



Ongoing
  • Mon-Fri 1-5, Sat 10-noon (Summertime: Mon-Fri 1-6, Sat 10-noon)
  • 2,000 books; 100% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; .10-$3
Hermiston, OR

Hermiston Public Library
235 E. Gladys Ave
541-567-2882

Sept
  • Fri 10-7, Sat 10-2
  • Preview: Thu 5-7pm, Friends; join at door $10 ind., $5 seniors, teens, students. Refreshments served
  • 10,000 books; 40% donated; 75% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; paperbacks .50; hardcovers $1; trade pb $1; children's .50 & up
Hermiston, OR

Good Shepherd Medical Center
610 NW 11th St.

Sept
  • Wed, Thu 7:30-4
Hillsboro, OR

Hillsboro Public Library
2850 NE Brookwood Pkwy
503-615-6500

Oct 25 - Nov 3
  • Mon-Thu 10-8, Fri-Sun 10-6
  • 70,000 books; 60% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; mostly $1-$10
  • Books removed to sell online


Ongoing
  • Mon-Sat 10-6
  • 2,500 books; sorted; .25-$10
  • Newly remodeled book sale area
Hillsboro, OR

Hillsboro Public Library
Friends Store @ The Hive
233 SE Washington
503-615-6500



Bookstore
  • Mon-Fri 10-5
  • 10,000 books; $1-$10

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Jacksonville, OR


Jacksonville Friends of the Library
340 W. C St
541-702-2114




Sept
  • Fri, Sat 10-4
  • Preview: Fri 9-10am, Friends; join at door
  • 2,000 books; 90% donated; 80% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; paperbacks $1; hardcovers $2; trade pb $2
Keizer, OR

Keizer Community Library
at Keizer Civic Center
930 Chemawa Rd NE
503-390-2370



Oct
  • Fri 9-5, Sat 9-4
  • 5,000 books; 100% donated; 40% hardcover; sorted; no buyer restrictions; .50-$1
  • Credit cards accepted
Klamath Falls, OR

The BookieJoint
Klamath County Library
126 S. 3rd St.
(2nd St. entrance)

Ongoing
  • Wed & Sat noon-4 (excludes holidays)
  • 3,000 books; 50% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; plus CDs, DVDs, VHS, audio-books, LPs; .25-$2; many 10 cent books
Lake Oswego, OR

Booktique
4 Monroe Pkwy, Suite D
503-699-9109
or
380 A Ave, Suite B (City Hall)
503-534-5748



Bookstore
  • Monroe: Tue, Thu, Fri 10-4, Wed 10-6, Sat 10-2; A Ave: Tue-Fri 11-5
  • 13,000 books; 100% donated; 60% hardcover; sorted; paperbacks .50-$1.50; hardcovers $1-$5
Lebanon, OR

Friends of the Lebanon Public Library Book Store
at Senior Center of Lebanon Oregon
80 Tangent St
541-730-3602

Corner of Hwy 34 (Tangent St) and Hwy 20 (Main St)


July 20; Oct 19; Nov 16
  • 100% donated; 50% hardcover; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; most sorted (partial inventory); .50-$2
  • Credit cards accepted ($5 minimum)


Aug 17; Dec 14
  • Sat 8-4
  • 10,000 books; 100% donated; 50% hardcover; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; most sorted (full inventory); .50-$2
  • Credit cards accepted ($5 minimum)


Sept 21
  • Sat 9-2
  • 5,000 books; 100% donated; 25% hardcover; Partial sort; clearance sale; $5/bag
  • Credit cards accepted $5 minimum


Ongoing
  • Mon-Fri 8-3:30 (closed holidays)
  • 4,500 books; no buyer restrictions; .50-$2
Lincoln City, OR

Driftwood Public Library
801 SW Highway 101

Ongoing
  • Every Monday 10-2 (excludes state/govt. holidays)
Lowell, OR

Maggie Osgood Library
70 N Pioneer St.
541-891-7603

July 27 - 28
  • Sat 10-4:30, Sun 10-1
  • 2,500 books; 75% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; no buyer restrictions; .50-$1
  • Some books sent to online seller
McMinnville, OR

McMinnville Public Library
225 NW Adams St
503-435-5562

July 13; Sept 14; Nov 9
  • Sat 9-1
  • 5,000 books; 90% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; most books $1
Medford, OR

Medford Library
205 S Central Ave
541-779-3246



Bookstore
  • Mon 10-7, Tue 9-6, Wed 9-5, Fri, Sun noon-4, Sat 10-4 (closed Thu)
  • 5,000 books; 100% donated; sorted
  • Not picked over; no restrictions.
Milton-Freewater, OR

Milton-Freewater Public Library
109 Northeast 5th St
541-938-8246

Sept
  • Fri 9-5, Sat 9-3
  • Paperbacks $1; hardcovers $2; children's .50

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Milwaukie, OR


Oak Lodge Branch Library
Clackamas County Library
16201 SE McLoughlin Blvd.
503-650-3187




Ongoing
  • Library hours
Milwaukie, OR

Ledding Library
10660 SE 21st Ave

Bookstore
  • Mon-Thu 9-6:30, Fri, Sat 10-4, Sun noon-3
  • 300 books; 65% donated; 70% hardcover; sorted; plus CDs, DVDs, audiobooks, art, etc.; Most .50-$2
  • Not picked over; No restrictions.
  • Credit cards accepted
Monmouth, OR

Monmouth Public Library
168 S Ecols St.
503-838-1932

Ongoing
  • Library hours
Mount Angel, OR

Mount Angel Abbey Library
One Abbey Dr
503-845-3303

Ongoing
Newberg, OR

Newberg Public Library
503 E. Hancock St
503-538-7323



Ongoing
  • Library hours
Newport, OR

Newport Public Library
35 NW Nye
541-265-2153

Ongoing
  • Library hours
North Plains, OR

Friends of North Plains Public Library
at Jessie Mays Community Center
30975 NW Hillcrest St
503-647-5051

Aug 9 - 11
  • Fri noon-6, Sat 10-6, Sun 10-3
  • 7,500 books; 100% donated; 75% hardcover; sorted; no buyer restrictions; $2-$50
  • Books removed for online sales
  • Credit cards, PayPal, Venmo accepted
Oregon City, OR

FOOCL Book Store
502 7th St
503-594-0261

Bookstore
  • Mon-Sat 11-6, Sun noon-5
  • 7,500 books; 100% donated; 60% hardcover; sorted; $1.50-$3
  • Not picked over; no restrictions.
    Book store includes a local art gallery
Pendleton, OR

Pendleton Friends of the Library
at Pendleton Convention Center
1601 Westgate
541-966-0380

Oct
  • Fri 10-5, Sat 10-2 and 3-5
  • Preview: Thu 7-9pm, Friends; join at door
  • 30,000 books; 100% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; also LPs, videos, books on tape; .10-$5, Sat 3pm: $1/bag
  • No scanners allowed
  • Credit cards accepted

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Philomath, OR


Philomath Lions Club
at Philomath Frolic Grounds
502 S 13th Street
541-929-5006

(3 blocks south of Main Street)

July 25 - 27
  • Over 17,000 BOOKS! Also about 500 CD and DVD recordings. 
  • Philomath Lions Club presents its 18th annual sale with a huge selection of high quality books
  • Only books in good to like-new condition are kept for the sale. No ex-library book.
    • Lots of mystery, suspense, general and Christian fiction, sci-fi, horror, fantasy, and western hardcover and paperbacks
    • Large selection of cooking, craft/hobby, sports/outdoor, gardening, current events, religion and history books
    • A good selection of poetry, music, art, humor, travel, classic literature, science/technology, pets/horses, and biography books
    • A special section of individually priced unique new and like-new books.
  • Great Prices
    • Paperback Mass Market Fiction: $1.00
    • Other Paperback Fiction and Nonfiction: $1.75
    • Hardback Fiction and Nonfiction: $ 2.00
    • Children's Hardback and Paperback : $0.75
    • Special Books priced individually.
    • Saturday: Most books and recordings are $4.00 a bag. Special books are half price. Paper grocery bags are furnished.
  • July 25 (Thursday) and 26 (Friday): Noon to 6pm
    • Saturday, (July 27), Noon to 4pm
  • Books have NOT been picked over or listed for Internet sales.
  • No scanners on Thursday; OK on Friday and Saturday. A book storage area will be provided

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Port Orford, OR


Port Orford Public Library
1421 Oregon St
541-332-5622




Oct
  • Sat 9-3, Sun 11-2
  • 1,500 books; 75% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; no buyer restrictions; plus CDs, DVDs, audiobooks; paperbacks .50; hardcovers $1; children's .50; A/V $1 Sun $5/bag (excludes specials)
  • Some books removed to sell online and at "pop-up" sales in advance


Bookstore
  • Mon, Wed, Fri 10-2, Tue, Thu 11-1
  • Also art, gifts, clothing
  • Hallway sale during library hours: Mon-Fri 10-5, Sat, Sun 1-5
Portland, OR

Friends of Multnomah County Library Rose City Reads Bookstore
221 NE 122nd Ave Suite A
503-988-6191

(Next to the Library's Operation Center)


Bookstore
  • Tue.-Sun. 11am-5pm, closed most major holidays
  • Avg price $3, members get 10% off
  • Last Sat of month, 30% off for Educators with valid ID
Portland, OR

Happy Valley Library
13793 SE Sieben Park Way
503-650-3187



Ongoing
  • Mon 10-6, Tue-Thu noon-8, Fri 10-6, Sun noon-6
Portland, OR

Christ Gospel Church
6265 N Columbia Way
360-241-3210

July 19 - 20
  • Fri, Sat 9-3
  • 4,000 books; 100% donated; 60% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; $1-$3
Prineville, OR

Chapters Book Shop
at Crook County Library
175 NW Meadow Lakes Dr



Aug 17; Sept 21; Oct 19; Nov 16; Dec 21
  • Sat 10-2
  • 500-800 books; 100% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; paperbacks .50; hardcovers $1; children's .25; A/V as marked
  • Higher value items have been removed from the sale


Bookstore
  • Mon 9-4:30, Tue-Fri 10:30-4:30, Sat 10-4
  • Several hundred books
Rogue River, OR

Rogue River Library
412 E Main
541-864-8850

Bookstore
  • Library hours
Roseburg, OR

Douglas County Library
1409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd.
541-440-4311

Oct
  • Tue 11-7, Wed, Thu 11-4, Sat 9:30-1:30 (no sale Friday)
  • "20 tables of" books; sorted; .50 & up; Sat $2/bag (bag sale does not include all books)
  • Some books removed for online sales


Bookstore
  • Tue, Wed 10-8, Thu 10-6, Fri, Sat 10-4
Roseburg, OR

Roseburg Public Library
11409 NE Diamond Lake Blvd
541-492-7050

Bookstore
  • Library hours
  • Paperbacks .25 - .50; hardcovers .50
Ruch, OR

Ruch Library Book Store & Book Barn
7919 Hwy 238
541-899-7438

Aug 3; Sept 7; Oct 5; Nov 2; Dec 7
  • 4,000 books; 100% donated; 80% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; Book Barn sales by donation
  • A limited number of books are sold online
  • Sat 11-2


Bookstore
  • Tue, Thu, Sat 1-3
  • 1,000 books; 100% donated; 80% hardcover; sorted; 2/$1 - $2
Salem, OR

Friends of Salem Public Library Book Store
585 Liberty Street SE
503-362-1755



Bookstore
  • Tue-Sat 11am - 5:30pm (closed Sun, Mon)
  • 100% donated; sorted
  • Monthly raffle and silent auction
    Cash/Visa/MC

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Sandy, OR


Sandy Library
38980 Proctor Blvd
503-668-5537




Bookstore
  • Open during library hours
  • 10,000 books; 100% donated; 60% hardcover; sorted; .50-$5
  • Checks accepted from local bank only, as well as cash and credit cards.
Scappoose, OR

Scappoose Public Library
52469 SE 2nd St. (next to City Hall)
503-543-7123



July 13; Aug 10; Sept 14; Oct 12; Dec 14
  • Sat 10-2
  • Thousands of books; 50% donated; 40% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; $1-$2
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Kids 17 and under can choose one free book at each sale


Nov 5
  • Tue 11-2
  • Thousands of books; 50% donated; 40% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; $1-$2
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Kids 17 and under can choose one free book at each sale
Shady Cove, OR

Shady Cove Library
22477 Highway 62
541-878-2270

Bookstore
  • Every Fri, 10-5
St. Helens, OR

St. Helens Public Library
375 18th St
503-397-4544

Oct
  • Fri 9-5, Sat 9-2
  • 9,000 books; 65% donated; 65% hardcover; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; plus CDs, DVDs; .25-$1; A/V slightly higher; Sat 1pm bag sale


Ongoing
  • Mon-Thu 10-7, Fri 10-5, Sat 10-2 - check website for hours
  • 4,000 books; not 'picked over'; includes DVDs, books on CD; .25-$1.50
  • New inventory weekly
Stayton, OR

Stayton Friends of the Library
at Stayton Community Center
400 W. Virginia Street
503-769-3313



Oct

Watch this spot for the next great sale!
Stayton, OR

Stayton Friends of the Library Bookstore
349 N 3rd Ave
503-769-8886

Bookstore
  • Tue-Sat 11:30 - 4:30
  • "Several thousand" books; sorted; paperbacks $1-$2; hardcovers $3
  • Very few ex-library books. Most donated & in good condition
    Shopping in upstairs sorting room is available upon request.
    Occasionally, books removed to sell online
The Dalles, OR

The Dalles - Wasco County Public Library
722 Court St.
(Book Barn behind library)
541-296-2815

Aug
  • Sat 9-noon
  • 2,500 books; 70% donated; 60% hardcover; sorted; no buyer restrictions; 9-10 $3/baq, 10-11 $2/bag, 11-noon $1/bag, noon-1 $1/2 bags
  • Some books are sold at ongoing sale inside library.


Ongoing
  • Library hours
  • 200 books
Tigard, OR

Friends of Tigard Public Library
13500 SW Hall Blvd

Oct
  • Fri, Sat 10-5, Sun 10-3
  • 18,000 books; 60% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; no buyer restrictions; $1-$2
  • Valuable books have been removed to sell online
  • LP books are free to senior citizens only. (otherss pay regular price)
  • Credit cards accepted


Ongoing
  • Library hours
  • "Several hundred" books
Tualatin, OR

Tualatin Library
18878 SW Martinazzi Ave



Nov
  • Fri 3-6pm, Sat 10-4
  • Preview: Fri 2-3pm, members; join at door
  • 4,000+ books; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; .50-$2; Sat 3pm: $5/bag
  • Cash or credit cards accepted - no checks


Ongoing
  • Library hours
West Linn, OR

West Linn Public Library
1595 Burns St
503-742-6190

Bookstore
  • Tue noon-7, Wed-Sat noon-4
  • Books and A/V

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Wilsonville, OR


Wilsonville Friends of the Library Bookstore
8200 SW Wilsonville Rd
503-682-2744


Bookstore
  • Mon-Thu 10:30-7:30, Fri 10-6, Sat noon-5
  • 1,800 books; .75-$10, plus specials
Woodburn, OR

Woodburn Public Library
280 Garfield St
503-982-5262

Ongoing
  • Mon, Tue noon-7; Wed-Sat 10-5
  • 400 books; 25% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; .50-$2
  • Credit cards accepted

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Kennett Square, PA

50,000+ Books!
Unionville HS Gymnasium
750 Unionville Rd. (Rt. 82)
610-347-1600

Held in the Gym/Café


Feb 22 - 23, 2025
  • Unionville High School Annual Used Book Sale!
  • Saturday, February 22nd
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Sunday, February 23rd 
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • $10 bag sale all day Sunday!
    • Bags are provided! Please do not bring your own bag
  • 50,000+ Books for Sale!
  • All books are 100% donated. Books are not picked over before the sale.
    • 30+ sorted and priced genre categories for fiction and non-fiction excluding collectibles, childrens and classics. Separate tables for New Releases and Large Print
    • Extensive children’s area sorted by age/type of reader including Young Adult
    • Significant collection of rare and out of print books, sorted by genre
    • Large separate sorted paperback selection
    • Hand held scanners are allowed
    • Most books $1.00-$5.00
    • Hardbacks & Trade Paperbacks $2.00 - $3.00. Special items and Collectibles individually priced.
    • CASH or CREDIT CARD accepted: NO CHECKS!
    • Strollers are only permitted if you have a small child.
      • Small umbrella strolers only - no wagons or pull-behind containers allowed
    • FREE Admission and free convenient parking
  • Large Volume Dealers are welcome; pre-registration is required. Book Sale Website
    • We have an special “cage” area specifically assigned to you that will allow you to store your books while you shop. Your purchases will be boxed and priced while you continue to shop. Please indicate your interest in coming by contacting us through our website to help with the check-in process
  • Our sale funds education enrichment projects at Unionville High School.
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