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Venice-Abbot Kinney Memorial Library Book Sale Saturday!

This Saturday the Venice-Abbot Kinney Memorial Library will have their holiday book sale from 9am-3pm. All proceeds from the sale go directly to the Venice Library for new books & DVD’s for the permanent collection, craft program and other supplies, and Library programs.

Venice Library

From our friends at the Library:

Be sure not to miss this sale! We have a great selection of donated books both fiction and non-fiction, most of which are only $1. You’re sure to find the latest bestseller or favorite author’s past works mixed in with computer manuals, travel guides, mysteries, thrillers, and other well-loved favorites. Many people are clearing out space and reducing their collections in this era of e-readers. Lucky for us! This is a great chance to pick up a great read for the cost of a newspaper! Wow! And, you’ll be helping support the Library too!

Small paperbacks are only 50¢, are in good condition, and most are fairly current. We also have a great selection of children’s books, cookbooks, and many specially priced coffee table books as well. Arrive early for best selection!

Bring your own bags or boxes and stock up on your supply of reading for those cozy winter nights.

Venice-Abbot Kinney Memorial Library
501 South Venice Blvd., Venice, CA 90291
Phone 310-821-1769

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