Friends of the Community Library Network to host annual book sale this weekend

The Friends of the Community Library Network to host book sale
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HAYDEN, ID. — The Friends of the Community Library Network is hosting its annual two-day book sale this weekend.

From 3-7 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, people can sell their new or gently used books at a discounted price. Books range from a variety of topics, from adult, teen, kids, fiction, nonfiction, cookbooks, crafts/art, gardening and special editions of books. New topics of books being added this year include railroad history, Native American Art, WWII & Aviation, sports and others.

CDs and DVDs will not be available.

“This is our first big sale since November 2019 because of COVID, so we are very excited,” said Leslie Wilde, vice president of the CLN Friends and book sale chairperson. “There is truly something for everyone in our sale. We have so much great inventory collected over the last two years, I hope people will come by.”

Funds from the event will help provide finances for future programs for other libraries in the District. The book sale is at the Hayden Library, located at 8385 N. Government Way.

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