Now is a good time to stock up on recreational reading and media for the rest of the winter — all for sale in the comfort of the Library Annex, 109 E. Jefferson St. This sale will feature Mysteries/Action-adventure, Fiction/Romance, Science Fiction/Fantasy, large print books as well as a variety of oversized books on the shelves, including cook books, graphic novels, humor/cartoons, and other non fiction categories.
There is also a large selection of CDs, DVDs, and some books-on-tape. All proceeds are reinvested in the Macomb Public Library.
Thousands of books and media at bargain prices will be for sale under a giant tent and in the Library Annex at 109 E. Jefferson St. during the Heritage Days Festival in Macomb. There will be a PREVIEW SALE: Members Only on Thursday, June 21 from 4 to 6 pm. Membership, starting at $10, is available on site. PUBLIC SALES are Friday, June 22 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, June 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a Bag Sale offered from 3 to 4 p.m.
Books are arranged in subject order including Mysteries/Action-Adventure, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Fiction, Classics, Westerns, History/Biography, Cookbooks, Wellness, Religion, and Non-Fiction. Books in the Annex include tall books (table top books), large print books, Graphic Novels, Cookbooks, Westerns, vintage (older) books, and many of the other subject areas.
There is a LARGE collection of CDs, DVDs, and books on tape housed in the Library Annex building.
Join us for a fun day of art, music, and books in Chandler Park in Macomb on Saturday, September 8, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friends of the Macomb Public Library will offer a large selection of good conditioned books arranged in subject order along with hundreds of CDs and DVDs. There is always a large selection of books for children and youth.
As you walk into the main entrance of the library, look to your right and you will see a large shelving unit with hardbound books and a wooden flat bed case full of paperbacks. This has doubled our in-house books available to you for a suggested donation fee with a donation box in the center of the tall book case. Check it out! Kate Joswick, Friends board member, is pictured above re-stocking the shelf.
The Fall 2017 Bookmark Newsletter is edited by Karen Proulx. This issue contains particulars about the Better Book Sale on Sept. 9, a wrap up of the very successful Summer Reading Program, the current selections for the two Friends sponsored book clubs, and instructions for accessing OverDrive’s new Libby app for downloading eBooks and audiobooks. Click on Fall 2017