Bargain Books on Sale at the Concord Library

The Concord Library is clearing out its summer stock. Browse the shelves in the lobby for books from 25 cents to $1, or attend the fall book sale Sept. 28-30 for an even better bargain.

For bookworms — self-proclaimed and proud — there is nothing more exciting than a used book sale, especially when the proceeds benefit the local library.

The shelves in the lobby of the Concord Library hold a treasure trove of bargain books, priced from 25 cents to $1.

You never know what you might find. For example, on a recent afternoon, books for sale included:

  • The Quiet American, by Grahem Greene
  • A Walk to Remember, by Nicholas Sparks
  • Song of Solomon, by Toni Morrison
  • Biographies of Richard Nixon and Elizabeth Taylor
  • More than a dozen books from the Wagons West series by Dana Fuller Ross
  • A '90s guide to Disneyland resorts

Friends of the Concord Library will be raising money with a Fall Book Sale the weekend of Sept. 28, 29 and 30, route: {:controller=>"events", :action=>"show", :id=>"concord-library-hosts-fall-book-sale"} -->, when the whole community room will become a bargain-book hunter's paradise. Sunday, Sept. 30 offers a special deal:

Emily Henry September 18, 2012 at 06:22 PM
I found "Encounters" by Milan Kundera there yesterday. He's one of my favorite authors! It was in perfect condition too. If you find something, just drop your money in the drop-box on the wall to the right of the bookshelves.


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