April 24, 2017
This year’s annual Nashua Public Library Book Sale will be held April 28 to 30. Sponsored by the Friends of the Nashua Public Library, the sale is usually held in March, but was moved due to renovations at the library.
On Friday, April 28, the sale will be open to Friends members only from 6 pm to 8:30 pm. If you are not a member of the Friends, you can join that evening. Book scanning software is allowed at the sale.
The sale, held throughout the lower level of the library, will be open to the general public from 9 am to 5 pm on Saturday, April 29, and from 1 to 4 pm on Sunday, April 30. Cash, checks, or credit cards (with a $10 minimum purchase) will be accepted. DVDs are $2 each, with TV season sets going for $5. CDs are $1 and audio books are $3.
The collection includes over 25,000 items. Books are sorted into more than 50 categories. Hardcover books are $2, trade paperbacks are $1, and mass market paperbacks are $.50; children’s books are half of each of those prices. CDs are $1 and DVDs are $2. DVDs of TV seasons are between $3 and $5. Books on CD are $2. Vinyl record albums are $.50 and VHS tapes are $.25. Some items are specially priced.
Need to get rid of books?
Donations for the sale will be accepted at the library’s circulation desk until April 15. Encyclopedias, magazines, and Reader’s Digest books are not accepted. We would especially appreciate your good condition recently published books as they are our better sellers.
If you need more information about the sale, please call (603) 888-3298 and ask for Judy.