October 19, 2012

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It's like a garage sale for the Tyler Public Library! The library is getting ready for it's annual Fall Book Sale and it's your chance to purchase books, audio tapes, video tapes and even vinyl records that have been taken out of circulation.

The library periodically removes books from circulation for various reasons and now gives the public a chance to add to their own personal libraries. This year's Fall Book Sale features both fiction and non-fiction for adults and children and more. Each item is priced at $1 or less, including hard back books and vinyl records.

Resource Librarian Pauline Eng says, "All proceeds from our sales go toward the purchase of new or replacement items for the Library’s collection. We expect to have thousands of items in the sale; books on genealogy, religion, science fiction and health are in abundance, along with picture books and about a thousand vinyl records.” Eng and other library staff members have been sorting and pricing all of the items that have been removed from circulation for months now.

The Tyler Public Library's Fall Book Sale will take place Friday and Saturday, October 19th & 20th from 10a to 4:40p at the library located at 201 S. College in downtown.