Well before the 9 a.m. start, folks lined up outside the library.
There’s a lot of colorful attire. Many stop in for the sale, walk in the parade, then return to check out any books they might have missed.
Sale books come from donations throughout the year. Library staff save the best gently used ones for the sale which includes fiction and nonfiction books, cookbooks, craft books and children's’ books.
Buyers know that the 50 cents to $2 prices are real bargains and stack up on summer reading — the old-fashioned way with a book.
There’s was something for everyone.
Friends of the Library, including ourselves, unpack books the day before the sale, set-up on sale day, and box up books after the sale.
Waldo Grenville in these photos?