Wacky Wednesdays Become a Book Sale Bonanza!

The Friends of the Hudson Area Library announces its special August schedule for selling their huge collection of discounted children’s books in the always popular Book Sale Room at the Library.

Special pricing of Buy-One-Get-One Free will apply to all children’s books in every category (regularly priced at .50 each). These prices are too good to be true, so stock up now! This is a great opportunity to encourage summer reading and for a child in your life to experience the joy of books for a lifelong reward.

Wacky Wednesdays will begin August 10 and continue every Wednesday in August. The newly refurbished Book Sale Room will be open from 9am until noon and has a fantastic selection of kids’ books for every level of reader. Thousands of books are now available, including large and small picture books, talking books, early reading books, non-fiction books, chapter books and books for young adults. There is also a large selection of kids’ VCR tapes available as part of the sale. And, kids’ books make great gifts as well — you will surely find something for every reader on your list, from infants to teens.

The Friends welcomes your donations of gently-used books and other media throughout the year. Please, no text books, encyclopedias, trade journals or damaged items. Please call the Library in advance of donating at 518.828.1792 to arrange a drop-off time Tuesdays through Saturdays.

The Friends of the Hudson Area Library is a 501c(3) non-profit organization and all proceeds from its fundraising go to the Library for the acquisition of books and other media and for the development and delivery of the Library’s services to the community.

Share

2 thoughts on “Wacky Wednesdays Become a Book Sale Bonanza!

  1. What a bonanza, our public library dumping books by the cartload.

    I certainly will never donate any books to a library that doesn’t even care about their permanent collection.

  2. Chris,
    Thanks for your comment. It is clear that we have not done a good job of communicating about this ongoing project at the library. You might read our latest posting “Weeding at the Library” which gives a bit of background about why and how books are weeded at the library. Mark Orton