Book Sale

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Please hold donations to  November 1

October 15-17, 2016
  10am to 5pm

Media Municipal Center  on 4th St.
between Jackson & Monroe

The April 2017 Book Sale will be in the Media-UP Library building on East Front Street

A very large collection of Railroad and Train books in excellent condition.
A large selection of cookbooks, including vegetarian cooking, ethnic cuisines, chef memoirs, and shopping in ethnic grocery stores.
Science Fiction in hardcover and paperback including vintage SYFY
Books about Iceland, collecting, Native Americans
Books in deluxe hardcover by Louis L’Amour

8-Room Stone Cottage & Large
Community Hall  full of freshly donated books, DVD’s, CD’s, Records, Puzzles, Games and Ephemera.

Hardbacks and trade paperbacks: $2 Mass paperbacks: $1.  Children’s and Specials: as marked.

Everything half price (except in the Specials Room)

Fill our bag for $5! Specials are half price

Organized by year-round volunteers at the Stone Cottage opposite Media Police Station,  Municipal Center.

To benefit:Media Upper Providence Free Library, 
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First Floor
Room 1: Mysteries
Room 2: Popular fiction
Room 3: History, military, government/politics, U.S. Presidents, law, journalism, biography (some in categories; eg: sports, entertainment), current events,  African-American culture, Native Americans, true adventure, true crime, catastrophic events
Room 4: Science fiction, fantasy and horror, travel

Second Floor
Room 5:  Cooking, crafts, home improvement, antiques, hobbies, animals, environment, field guides, medical, self-help, women’s and men’s studies, psychology, new age, occult
Room 6: Business, finance, technology, photography, sexuality, trivia, miscellaneous
Room 7: Math, science, foreign language, humor
Room 8: Poetry, literature, writing, reference, religion, philosophy,  mythology, sociology, drama, Christian literature, spirituality/inspirational, anthropology, archaeology

Community Hall Categories
Special & Ephemera Room

Main Room: Paperbacks, children’s, teen literature, art & architecture, sports/fitness, outdoor activities, gardening, holiday, transportation, histories of local places, coffee table books, large print, gift books, film, radio, TV, music, celebrity, dance, booklets, education, college prep, parenting, magazines
Entertainment: DVDs, CDs, records and puzzles

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
When do you accept donations?

Year round, 24/7, except weeks leading up to and after sales(April & Oct.)
Please email or call the library at 610-566-1918  if you have more than 10 medium-sized boxes so that we may be prepared.

Where do you accept donations?
Beginning November 1, 2016, bring donations to the Media-Upper Providence Free Library to the designated drop off area outside the building.

What types of donations are needed?
We accept (clean and in good condition) hardbacks, trade soft cover, paperbacks, DVDs, CDs, books on CD, records, puzzles and games.
We regret we cannot accept Reader’s Digest books or magazines such as National Geographic because of lack of interest among our patrons.

Where do I obtain a receipt?
Receipts are available from the Library

Who benefits from the book sales?
All proceeds go to the Media-Upper Providence Free Library. Thank you for your support!


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