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Great Deals @ Aldine

The astronomical winter (Northern Hemisphere) 2013 begins on Saturday, December 21st. However, winter weather has already rived in Houston. Why not take a break from the cold and come on in the Aldine Library? Got some Christmas shopping to do? Take a look at our book sale going on in the library right next to the checkout counter. There are some real deals going on. Magazines are just .25 cents each. Paperbacks are just .50 cents and hardbacks and CD's are only $1.00. DVD's are only $2.00 each. All of our items for sale have been donated by the public. All proceeds from sales go towards the Friends of the Aldine Library. With such a variety of titles to choose from you are sure to find something for that certain someone who is hard to shop for.

Annual Book Sale

Come one, come all to High Meadows library for our yearly Book Sale! Find discounted books by your favorite authors. We will have paperback and hardcover books that include fiction and non-fiction. We will also be having DVD's, VHS, and some special items for purchase. Make your way to our book sale on Thursday November 7, 2013 from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm. Don't miss out on some great deals, see you here! 

Books! Books! Books For Sale!

 

Are you tired of spending a bundle on books at the bookstore and want a good read for a great price? Well, look no more. Mark your calenders for Saturday August 25th at 10am in the Northwest library meeting room, where Friends of the Library will be hosting their wonderful book sale just for you! Find great picks on movies, music, magazines, special items, and of course, who can forget the books. Purchases you make will be used to support the library and all programs we have during the year. Isn't it great, you buy great books at a bargain price and at the same time you are helping to support your public library. Sale ends at 4pm so add this event to your to do list so you don't miss out. See you there!


 

Lobby Books

Have you ever wondered why those books are in the front hallway of the library?  Kind, generous people have donated them to the Friends of the Fairbanks Library.  They are the main source of income for the Friends of the Library.  So, please, stop and browse the shelves.  There is a great selection.  If you find books, magazines, or videos that you want, donate some money (in the box attached to the top of one of the shelves) and take them home with you.  Your donations pay for library programs and materials.  Also, please keep the Friends in mind when you're cleaning off your shelves at home.  They are always looking for books, CDs, DVDs, etc., that are in good condition so that they can raise money for more library programs and materials.

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