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Library Friends' book sale is March 11
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The Friends of the Richmond Hill Library will hold a book sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 11at the library located on Ford Avenue. 

All types of gently used books will be for sale at bargain prices. Although many are priced lower, most hard backs are $1, and most paperbacks are 50¢. 

Books are arranged in categories to help customers find what they are looking for. These include hardback, classic and trade paperback fiction, with Christian fiction separated; art, architecture, photography; travel; humor; parenting and relationships; religious and inspirational; history; biography and memoir; nature, science, animals and math; business, finance, technology and how-to; cookbooks; crafts, decorating and building; gardening; military and war, both fiction and nonfiction; African-American interest; health; science fiction; mystery, spy and adventure paperbacks; politics; romance; children’s and teaching materials; music; westerns; and sports, games and puzzles.

Those looking for special genres can ask volunteers where those books are located.

The sale will feature some local special interest books, and a number of books about the southeast. A large collection of religious and inspirational books has been donated recently.  Many science fiction books, including complete sets of some series, and some comic books are available.

For teachers, there are many instructional materials for sale. Many craft and decorating books have been donated recently.  And there are some vintage books that would interest decorators.

As always, donations of gently used books are appreciated.  These can be brought to the library during operating hours. Tax deduction forms are available upon request.

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