Our popular 2-day book sales occur twice a year at the Sharp Park Library community room. The first sale is the beginning of June, and the second is the 2nd weekend of December.
The book sales are our major fundraisers. We have occasional supplementary sales.
The book sale times are: Friday 11 am – 6 pm & Saturday 10 am – 4 pm.
We receive hundreds of books and other items throughout the year: non-fiction, fiction, both hardcover and softcover, CDs, DVDs, children’s books, books on disc, books on tape, etc.
The book sale prices are bargains:
$1.00 for hardcover,
$0.50 for softcover.
Children’s books are half that price: $0.50 for hardcover and $0.25 for softcover.
DVDs are $2.00,
CDs are $1.00 (music),
Books on Tape are $2.00,
Books on Disc are $3.00.
We also have some ‘special’ books available at very reasonable prices.
For more detailed information on donating books, please click here.
Click here for an In Kind Donation form that you may fill out and send to us and in return we will send you a letter that you may use for tax purposes.
The Friend’s book store, nicknamed the “Book Nook” has been in place on the landing of the Sharp Park Library for over 10 years. The next time you are in the Sharp Park Library, stop by the landing on your way up from the parking lot and browse out large collection of fiction and non-fiction books, music CDs, DVDs and even VHS tapes.
The Book Nook prices are bargain rate:
Children’s books are ½ price, $.50 hardbound and $.25 paperback
Music CD’s are $1
DVD’s are $2
VHS tapes are $0.25
Books on tape are $2.00
Books on disc are $3.00
Thanks to our generous donors and the library, we have a great selection of current best-selling authors. So stop by, you may find the perfect book at a bargain price.
The hours of operation* are the same as the Sharp Park Library:
*The restricted hours are a result of having to split the 60 hours of service that the library provides between two locations. The funding for extra hours of service with a match from the city and Joint Powers Authority for Libraries was eliminated from the city’s budget last June.