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JULY 28 - AUGUST 04, 2015

NT History Museum Book Sale Saturday

JULY 28, 2015

“The reader became the book; and summer night Was like the conscious being of the book.”- Wallace Stevens

Come stock up on reading material!

The North Tonawanda History Museum will hold its Summer Used Book Sale on Saturday, August 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

There are more than 75,000 used books to choose from, with History Museum volunteers restocking throughout the day as customers empty the shelves.

Paperbacks are 50 cents each or 3 for $1; hard covers are $2 each of 3 for $2. A paper grocery bag can be purchased at the sale for $5 and you are able to fill it with as many books as will fit in the bag.

Many customers purchase multiple bags each sale.

You may drop off your no longer needed used books at the History Museum during regular Museum hours, Mondays through Saturdays until Labor Day and then Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All donations are appreciated, but no encyclopedias, Readers Digest Condensed books or magazines are accepted since demand is nil for these.

The History Museum has been presenting used book sales since 2006.


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