There is no such thing as too many books, and boy do we love a book sale. Lucky for us, Denton Public Library is having a massive sale next month on November 2. The sale will have tons of books, movies, and much more all up for grabs, and for the best prices you could ever wish for.
Admission to the event is only $1, and there is no cap on how many books you can at the sale. Books will be going for as little as 50 cents each. Hardcover books will be sold for $1 each, and movies are listed at only $2. A variety of exciting audiobooks and vinyl will also be on sale starting at 50 cents so you can pick those up for your collections. This is the perfect time to bring home endless books without breaking the bank.
If you happen to be a member of Friends of the Denton Public Libraries, you can get into the sale for free. Members will get to enter the sale early as well, which is perfect for grabbing those best sellers. Everyone else will be able to roam the sale for books from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Some of the books that are normally up for sale on their website have been taken down and you'll only be able to find them at this incredible $1 sale so be sure to head over.
With tons of great books and fantastic deals, you wouldn't want to miss this wild book sale. They will have bags for sale as well so you can pack all your books and take them home with you safe and sound.
For more stellar book deals you can check out Recycled Books and Records that has three-story shop filled with more books than you could ever imagine. You can also stop by the Chairy Orchard in Denton to read all those books in a magical chair filled wonderland.
Denton Public Library Sale
When: November 2
Address: 3020 N. Locust St., Denton, Texas 76209
Why You Need To Go: This wild book sale has books for as little as 50 cents.
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