Bookworms Get Great Deal on Georges River Libraries Book Sale | County Chief of St George and Sutherland
Bookworms of all ages are invited to visit the Georges River Libraries annual book sale in November.
The book sale will take place at the Hurstville Library from Friday November 27 to Saturday November 28.
Georges River City Council Mayor Kevin Greene urged locals to come in quickly to pick up their favorites.
“The Library Book Sale, the first hosted by our libraries in four years, is a great way to expand the use of these items by giving them a second life in people’s homes,” said Cr Greene.
“The sale will feature thousands of items of all kinds, listing between 20 cents and $ 2, so this is a wonderful opportunity for the community to get a good deal or find something special among the mix. eclectic on sale.
“I urge the community to come in, find a good deal, and help the library make room for more good books.”
The sale is the library’s first in four years and includes hundreds of children’s books, graphic novels, adult fiction and non-fiction, magazines, CDs and DVDs.
The sale will also include books for those who speak Arabic, Chinese, Greek, Italian and Spanish, as well as useful books for learning English.
Mandatory registration and appropriate physical distancing will be followed as part of the Covid-19 Security Plan for NSW Libraries.
Hand sanitizer will be available.
All sales will be by card payment and no cash payment will be accepted on the same day.
The annual Georges River Libraries Book Sale will take place this Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hurstville Library at the corner of Queens Road and Dora Street, Hurstville.