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This month the Andersen Library’s book sale materials focus on three main areas: electrical engineering, literature, and children’s book. The boatload of children’s books is primarily vintage picture books, fiction, and nonfiction. Come, peruse and purchase!
The first day of Halloween has arrived! Come on over to the Andersen Library to see what the library has for sale this month. Each book on the carts has spooooky black letters on ghostly pale pages. Some have illustrations … Continue reading
I hope the end of the semester goes well for you. Soon you’ll have more time for leisure reading, so come on over and check out the book sale books. For the month of May we have a wide variety … Continue reading
No foolin’, this April we have for sale books in foreign languages (mostly Spanish and German) and books in English on the subjects of anthropology, economics, history, science, and sociology. All available for the low, low cost of $1 each … Continue reading
The holiday season is upon us. This month’s book sale features $1 and $2 giftworthy books! This month’s subjects include children’s books, history (especially Latin American history), philosophy, and computer science – and, of course, there are a smattering of … Continue reading
This October we have for sale a potpourri of books and educational games, all for the low, low cost of $1 each. Remember, the price goes down even lower to just $.25 each on the 25th of the month.
The September book sale selection is out and ready for you to peruse. This month you’ll be able to choose amongst biography, gardening, health, history, and psychology books for the one (or two or three) that best suit you. Books … Continue reading
April showers bring May flowers. April snowstorms bring a sale on childrens books! This month’s selection of sale materials is primarily childrens books and leveled readers. Also included are books on lesson planning, games for children, and several Silver Burdette … Continue reading
Gift worthy books on a variety of topics, which are $2 each, as well as $1 materials for the Andersen Library’s monthly sale. The latter include books (literature and history), media (albums, CDs, DVDs), and children’s games. Continue reading