November Book Sale

This month the deals are divine! Not only are small books, such as those with under 100 pages, and maps on sale for ten cents, but there are freebies too. The free books are primarily review copies of textbooks that were donated to library booksale, but that we are not allowed to sell. These are clearly printed as free on the cover. The rest of the books are on sale for $1 each, as per usual.

The buck books are mostly on psychology, sociology, computers, rhetoric, and literary studies topics. A few more random things are thrown in just for fun. Perhaps the following titles will draw you over to Andersen Library’s November sale:

  • How to Talk to Your Cat by Patricia Moyes
  • MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers by the Modern Language Association of America (5th and 6th editions)
  • NBC Handbook of Pronunciation revised by Thomas Lee Crowell, Jr. (3rd edition)

I hope you come to the library and find some great deals. If you don’t find something you want to buy now, be sure to save your pennies, as next month we’ll feature fiction and nonfiction books you might want to give as gifts during the holiday season.

You will find the book sale carts in the area between the DVDs, cafe, and circulation desk.

About Martha

Martha is a Reference & Instruction Librarian and the liaison to the Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Languages and Literatures, Mathematics, and Physics Departments
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