Wednesday 30 July 2008

Annual library book sale

Hear about the Green Tree Frog that said "Read it. Read it. Read it" ?

Oh, never mind, it's an oldie and a goodie.

This Friday through Sunday, Cairns Libraries are holding their annual book sale. There'll be heaps of books for all ages at what they say are 'bargain basement prices.'

"It’s a great opportunity to stock up for summer reading," says Erin Marsterson of Cairns Libraries. "Special prices will be available for bulk purchases, and people can book these."
  • This Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    Fred Moule Pavilion, Cairns Showgrounds
    9am – 5pm
    Tel 4044 3724


KitchenSlut said...

This is always a fantastic event for booksluts and kitchensluts alike :0)

Anonymous said...

Dunno why, but there aren't many places in town to buy really cheap books anymore. Ruth's Womens Shelter has increased its prices, ditto the book exchange places. The cheapest places are now the Animal Welfare shops and....the city dump shop where I have found some amazing antiquities.