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June, 2024
14-29Bloomington, MN29th Book'Em Sale!
18Lindsay, ON
20-22Mount Joy, PABig Sale
21-23Anderson Township (Cincinnati), OHBig Sale
22Lindsay, ON
22Ottawa (Nepean), ON
22West Shokan, NYSpecial
?Dunnville, ON
?Ottawa, ON

July, 2024
6Ottawa, ON
12-16Newtown, CTHUGE Sale!
12-13St. Paul, MNBooks and Paper
13Perth, ON
16Lindsay, ON
20Lindsay, ON
20Ottawa (Nepean), ON
21Detroit, MIFestival of Books!
26-28Auburn, NYBig Sale
Sales in August and beyond...
Book Z Pro
Booth Library Book Sale
Mark Twain Book Sale

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MOLLY'S BOOKS & RECORDS in South Philadelphia is always in the market for used vinyl records, cd's & cassettes. Scout for us and earn a finder's fee or sell us your own collection. We also buy books.
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Book Stores

Athens, ON
Greenboro, ON
London, ON
Madoc, ON
Mississauga, ON

Ottawa, ON
Ottawa (Bells Corners), ON
Ottawa (Beaverbrook), ON
Ottawa (Cumberland), ON
Ottawa (Nepean), ON

Picton, ON
Sault Sainte Marie, ON
Sudbury, ON
Thunder Bay, ON
Toronto, ON

Ongoing Sales

Angus, ON
Astorville, ON
Cloyne, ON
Cobourg, ON
Flesherton, ON
Greenboro, ON

Guelph, ON
Kingston, ON
Magnetawan, ON
Marysville (Wolfe Island), ON
Nipigon, ON
Pembroke, ON

Prescott, ON
Sharbot Lake, ON
Sunbury, ON
Thornbury, ON
Wainfleet, ON

Future Sales

August, 2024
3-7Alliance, OHSummer Sale!
3Ottawa, ON
16-18Port Dover, ON
20Lindsay, ON
24Lindsay, ON
24Ottawa (Nepean), ON
30-9/2Redding, CTBig Sale

September, 2024
7Ottawa, ON
17Lindsay, ON
19-23Toronto (Victoria College), ONBig Sale
21Lindsay, ON
21Ottawa (Nepean), ON
24-28Wooster, OHBig Sale
25-28Toronto (St. Michael's College), ONBig Sale
26-29Toronto (University College), ONBig Sale
?Mississauga, ON
?North Bay, ON
?Toronto, ON

October, 2024
4-6Dearborn, MIBig Sale
5Ottawa, ON
15Lindsay, ON
19Lindsay, ON
23-27Toronto (Trinity College), ONBig Sale
26-30Gainesville, FLBig Sale
26Ottawa (Nepean), ON
?Bradford, ON
?Cobourg, ON
?Corning, NYBig Sale
?Golden, COMega Sale!
?Guelph, ON
?Hanover, ON
?Holland Landing, ON
?Lexington, KYBig Sale
?London, ON
?Oshawa, ON
?Pleasantville, NYFall Sale
?Welland, ON

November, 2024
2Ottawa, ON
16Ottawa (Nepean), ON
19Lindsay, ON
23Lindsay, ON
?Oakville, ON
?Toronto, ON

December, 2024
7Ottawa, ON
?Lindsay, ON

January, 2025
No sales to display for this month

February, 2025
22-23Kennett Square, PA50,000+ Books!

March, 2025
No sales to display for this month

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Golden, CO

Mega Sale!
Jefferson County Library Foundation
Whale of a Used Book Sale
at Jefferson County Fairgrounds
15200 W. 6th Avenue


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Newtown, CT

HUGE Sale!
Friends of the C.H. Booth Library
at Reed Intermediate School
3 Trades Lane
(Across from Fairfield Hills)
Right off I-84, Exit 11, Routes 25 and 34

July 12 - 16
  • July 12 to July 16 -  48th ANNUAL BOOK SALE
    • Friday, 1 - 5
      • $40 admission - Attendance Limited to 200
      • Ticket sales start Friday at noon
    • Saturday, 10 - 5
      • $5 admission – Ages 18 and under FREE
      • Ticket sales start Saturday at 9:00 a.m.
    • Sunday, 10 - 5: 25% off day
    • Monday, 10 - 7: half price day
    • Tuesday, 10 - 1: all items FREE
  • Best organized sale anywhere
    • Rare, collectible and noteworthy signed books and media all in one room
    • All adult fiction, CDs, DVDs, LPs organized by genre
    • Children’s books organized by reading level, series and interests
  • Over 90 categories, including your favorites:
    • Adult Fiction: classics to recent bestsellers, mystery and thriller, science fiction and fantasy, comic books, graphic novels and manga plus much more!
    • Adult non-fiction: art, cinema/media and photography, computer software (including games), crafts, gardening, history (American and world), home improvement and many other areas!
    • Children's books: the biggest section anywhere!
    • Jigsaw puzzles and games
    • Media: audiobooks, CDs, DVDs and LP records (33s, 45s, 78s)
    • Young Adult: all the favorite authors and series
  • Pay by cash, check or credit/debit card;  Discover, Visa & MasterCard Accepted
  • Unbeatable Amenities
    • Contactless payment available using Square and PayPal
    • Air-conditioning and plenty of on-site parking
    • Secure holding areas for intended purchases available on Friday and Saturday
    • Scanners and personal electronic devices welcome in sales areas
    • Stockpiling and “clearing” not permitted

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Redding, CT

The Mark Twain Library
at Redding Community Center
37 Lonetown Road (Route 107)
(GPS: 41.310787, -73.38534)


Aug 30 - Sept 2

63rd Annual Mark Twain Library Book Fair

Labor Day weekend dates are Friday August 30, 2024 to Monday, September 2, 2024
Over 60,000 books for sale organized in 75 categories!
Free admission* ($20 Early Admission Charge from 9-10am – Friday ONLY)
Free parking and refreshments are available for purchase.

Friday: 9-4 prices as marked
Saturday: 10-4 prices as marked
Sunday: 10-4 half price day
Monday: 9-4 $10 for a box full of books

Where: The Redding Community Center, 37 Lonetown Road, Redding CT
Questions? Email us at

Debit and credit cards accepted

Book Fair Highlights

Collector’s Corner
A special section at the Mark Twain Library Book Fair, that is filled with
rare and beautiful editions and is one of the most popular spots.
Collector’s Corner highlights - AVAILABLE SOON

Other Highlights
This year’s fair has a number of exciting offerings for shoppers.
Other Highlights - AVAILABLE SOON

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Gainesville, FL

Friends of the Library - Alachua County Library District
Book House
430 North Main St.

(Across from Truist Bank)

Oct 26 - 30

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Lexington, KY

Lexington Central Library
140 East Main Street
Lexington, KY 40507

(Conference Room A)


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Dearborn, MI

Presented by the American Association
of University Women-Dearborn
at the Dearborn Ice Skating Center (DISC)
14900 Ford Road

(2nd floor)

Oct 4 - 6
  • Thousands of books neatly displayed in 40 categories -  and media!
  • Art, History, Military, Children, Cookbooks, Mystery, Collectibles, Reference, CD, DVD, and much more...
  • October 4, 5, 6, 2024
  • EARLY ENTRANCE- $15 fee
    • Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
    • Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
    • Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 
    • Sunday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
      • Sunday Bag Sale
  • Great Prices:
    • $1.00 & $2.00
    • Come back for Bag Sale day, Sunday! $8/bag 2 bags for $15
  • Accepting cash, checks, credit/debit cards
  • Elevator and curb transport assistance available!
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Detroit, MI

Festival of Books!
Detroit Festival of Books!
Eastern Market
Shed 5
2934 Russell Street

Detroit Book Festival

July 21
  • 7th Detroit Festival of Books! (aka: Detroit Bookfest)
  • Sunday, July 21, 2024
    • 10am - 4pm
  • FREE entry!
  • Festival takes place at Eastern Market Shed 5
    • (Shed 5 is wheelchair-accessible)
  • Featuring more than 100 vendors from all over the USA & Canada, selling BOOKS:
    • Used
    • Rare
    • Antiquarian
    • Unusual
    • Ephemera
    • Authors - and more
  • ALSO Tons of
    • Vinyl records
    • Comic books
    • Creative arts
    • Vintage board games -  and more!
  • Enjoy FOOD, BEER,  and DJ Seven Whales bringing the FUNK MUSIC!
  • KID-FRIENDLY EVENT! Children in attendance may construct their very own book with the assistance of volunteers from "Arts & Scraps", a Detroit-based nonprofit that helps children repurpose discarded materials into educational and creative projects.
  • We are pleased to announce the participation of Birdie’s Bookmobile at at this year’s festival. Birdie’s Bookmobile is dedicated to eliminating book deserts and making books more accessible to children in Detroit. Birdie’s Bookmobile helps families build print-rich home environments, improve literacy outcomes, and grow lifelong readers. In addition to accepting donations of children’s and young-adult books, the bookmobile will be offering several fun activities for children attending this year’s Bookfest, including:
    • Create Your Own Comic Strip
    • Have Fun with Mad Libs
    • “Once Upon a Time”children take turns adding one sentence to a story. The story will be available to read on the Bookmobile website after Bookfest.
  • There is no admission fee at Bookfest, nor is there any charge for children to participate in any activities.
    • Book donations help build home libraries, promote shared reading experiences, and impact generations. Every book counts! Book needs for children from birth to age 18 include:
      • board books • picture books • early readers
      • chapter books • graphic novels
      • middle-grade books
      • young-adult books
  • Questions?
  • Bookfest Home Page
  • Facebook Event Page
  • CLICK HERE for all the event details!
  • Want to see the size of Shed 5? Click here for a virtual tour
  • Come enjoy this glorious day of BOOKS, vinyl records, comics, creative arts, food, beer, funk music and more! What's not to love?!
  • Check the Bookfest photos from last year!

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Bloomington, MN

29th Book'Em Sale!
Bloomington Crime Prevention Association
Sponsors of Book'em Used Book Sale
New Location: 10779 Hampshire Ave S

(entrance on the east side)

June 14 - 29
  • Bloomington Crime Prevention Association Presents
  • 29th Book'Em Used Book Sale!
  • Presenting MORE THAN 150,000 BOOKS!
  • Volunteers SORT and ORGANIZE all of our BOOKS
  • Something for everyone!
    • Books
    • DVDs, CDs, Records
    • Games and Puzzles
  • 16 Days to Shop!
  • Preview: June 14
    • Friday, 4pm to 8pm
    • $10.00/person over 12 (Free with BCPA member card)
    • Entrance numbers given out at 2pm on June 14
  • General Sale: June 15 to 29 - Free Admission
    • Saturdays, Sundays 11am to 5pm
    • Mondays to Fridays 1pm to 7pm
  • Regular prices are only $1 and $2!
  • Cash or Check only: We do not accept credit/debit card or digital app payments
  • Books have not been picked over. No buyer restrictions.
  • New items added continuously
  • Just like going to a bookstore - except for the prices!!
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  • WANTED: Gently Used Books, Games & Puzzles, DVDs, Blu-Ray CDs, Records, Video Games
    • 10779 Hampshire Ave S, east side of bldg. Tues, Thur noon-5, Saturday 9-1 Items accepted until June 13, 2024 
    • Also accepting daily during sale hours!
  • All proceeds fund crime prevention in Bloomington.

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St. Paul, MN

The Minnesota Antiquarian Book Fair
774 Snelling Avenue North

July 12 - 13
  •  The Minnesota Antiquarian Book Fair 
  • July 12 and 13, 2024
    • Friday, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
      • $7 admission (Covers both days if you desire to return Saturday — remember to bring your ticket back with you!)
    • Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
      • $5 admission (kids under 12 free)*
  • Would you like to buy tickets in advance? CLICK HERE Otherwise, you can buy tickets on the day of the event.
    • Cash or credit card accepted for in-person ticket sales
  • More than 40 dealers present a wide assortment of rare and collectible items:
    • Literature
    • Americana
    • Science fiction and fantasy
    • History
    • Travel and exploration
    • Children's literature
    • And more!
  • About our booksellers
  • *Saturday admission free with a valid student ID. CABS 2024 Seminarians and Fellows get in for free both days. 
  • Held in the Anderson Center on Hamline University's campus, WITH FREE PARKING!
  • Book Fair Web Site
  • Campus Map

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Auburn, NY

Auburn Book Bonanza
Fingerlakes Mall
1579 Clark Street Road
Rts. 5 & 20 (Just west of Auburn)
315-730-9617 Follow us on Facebook at Auburn Book Bonanza Bookshop

July 26 - 28
  • One of the largest used book sales in CNY!
  • Book Scanners + Antiques Collectors Welcome
  • July 26 to 28
    • Friday July 26 (4-7pm) Early Access
    • Saturday July 27 (10-4pm)
    • Sunday July 28 (11-2pm) $20 Fill-a-Box
  • Fill-a-Box excludes “as marked” pink tags, DVDs, + $4 yellow tags. Boxes provided.
  • Wagons + Pull-carts welcome!
  • Follow us on Facebook for FREE GIVEAWAYS and book sale reminders!
  • Have books to donate? Find our book drop near the former Sears / Spirit Halloween at the Fingerlakes Mall Deadline to donate for 2024 sale: July 12th
  • Cash only - ATM in building
  • BYO Reusable Bags
  • Pricing:
    •  .50:  Children’s Books
    • 1.50 : Teen + Adult Softcovers
    • 2.00: Teen + Adult Hardcovers
    • 2.00 : DVDs
    • 4.00: Yellow Tag “Better Books”  (like new)
    • Marked: Vintage Children’s Books!
    • Marked: Homeschool Materials!
    • Marked: Rare, Antique, + 1st Edition Treasures !
  • If space allows, we will have a huge selection of RARE, VINTAGE, ANTIQUE, + COLLECTIBLE books, including First Editions and VINTAGE CHILDREN'S BOOKS.
  • Other popular sections include HOMESCHOOL and TEACHER RESOURCES. Also: CHILDREN'S Picture Books + Children's Non-Fiction, JUV / YA Chapter Books.
  • Non-Fiction to include: Memoirs, Positivity + Self-Help, Leadership + Career, Gardening, Smart Financial Decisions, History + Politics (Civil War ++), Cooking + Baking, Sports (Baseball, Golf, Football, Body-building), Health + Wellness, Christianity (including Women's, Men's, Couples, Study Guides, Children + Teen, Daily Devotionals, and Personal Relationship with God). Huge General Non-Fiction section.
  • Fiction organized alphabetically
  • A portion of the 2024 proceeds to benefit A.B.C. Wildlife Rehabilitation in CNY


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Corning, NY

Friends of the Southeast Steuben County Library
held at East Corning Fire Dept
11873 East Corning Rd



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Pleasantville, NY

Fall Sale
Mt. Pleasant Public Library
350 Bedford Rd.


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West Shokan, NY

Olive Free Library
4033 Rte 28A

June 22
  • Library Book Fair:  Book Sale with Many Special Book Events!
    • Presented by Friends of Olive Free Library
  • Saturday June 22, 2024, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Something for Everyone! Bring the Family!
    • Children's Events! (touch a truck 10am)
    • Book & Plant Sale!
    • Music!
    • Food!
    • Local Authors!
    • $20 Early-Bird Entry to the rare book sale PLUS to the full book sale
  • MEET EIGHT LOCAL AUTHORS! 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • 1:00 pm: Featuring Guest Speaker Holly George-Warren, writer, editor, producer & professor
  • The collection has not picked through!
  • Questions? Contact
  • It's Summertime. Wherever you like to read - back yard, by a window, the beach....... it is time to set up your collection. Get them all here!!!

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Alliance, OH

Summer Sale!
Rodman Public Library
215 E. Broadway

Aug 3 - 7
  • Friends of Rodman Library Annual Book Sale
  • 50,000+ Items!
  • Too many to display at once. Tables are restocked continuously. 
  • Hardbacks, Paperbacks, DVDs, CDs, and Magazines
    • 50% donated
    • Sorted, not picked over
    • 60% hardcover
    • 75% nonfiction, with History, Science, Cooking, Crafts, Travel, Religion, Art, Photography, Business, and much more
    • Children’s books
  • Raffle baskets $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00
  • This year the book sale will be held at the Alliance Commons
    • 405 S Linden Ave
    • Parking will be available at Rodman Public Library 
  • Entrance at Linden Avenue side of the building (front door)
  • Ramp and elevator available
  • Watch for directional signs
  • Saturday through Wednesday, August 3 - August 7
    • Saturday,  9AM - 5PM (Friends members only - memberships available at the door)
    • Sunday, 1PM - 5PM    (Open to the public)
    • Monday, 9AM - 8PM
    • Tuesday, 9AM - 8PM Special raffle basket ticket with purchase
    • Wednesday, 9AM - 8PM  Pay by donation all day
  • Attention: For safety reasons, the Saturday Friends sale has the following restriction: All strollers, large tubs, large bags, shopping carts, tubs on wheels, etc. are not permitted in the book sale area.
    • On Saturday & Sunday: "TUB CORRAL" will be provided where large quantities can  be counted and priced.
  • Prices:
    • Hardback: $1.00 each
    • Paperback: 50¢ each
    • Children’s books 25¢ each/5 for $1.00
    • Magazines: 10¢ each/12 for $1.00
    • CDs: $1.00 per disc  DVDs: $1.00 per disc
  • Large selection of Collectible Books! Collectibles are listed on the Rodman Public Library website.  Click Here to see the 2024 Collectibles
  • Books are NOT picked over. NO buyer restrictions.
  • Cash, checks, debt/credit cards (4% processing fee on all cards)
  • The sale takes place during the week of the Carnation Festival

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Anderson Township (Cincinnati), OH

Anderson Township Library Association
at Nagel Middle School
1500 Nagel Rd.

June 21 - 23
  • Our 44th Summer Used Book Sale
  • Presenting 35,000 Thousand Items!
    • Books in All Subjects
    • Collectibles!
    • CDs, DVDs
    • Puzzles, Games
  • 100% Donated. 50% hardcover.
  • June 21-23, 2024
    • Friday, 10 am - 7 pm
    • Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
    • Sunday noon to 3 pm - Box Day!
  • Great Deals! Most are priced between $1 and $5 with the exception of collectibles
  • No preview. No buyer restrictions. Nothing has been picked over.
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Large area for free parking
  • Whatever you need, you'll find it easy and fast. This is a popular, highly organized Cincinnati event!
  • Proceeds benefit special projects of the Anderson and Mt. Washington branches of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

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Wooster, OH

AAUW and Kiwanis Club of Wooster
at Wayne County Fairgrounds
Home Economics Bldg (Buss Hall)
199 Vanover St

Sept 24 - 28
  • Wooster AAUW and Wooster Kiwanis clubs present our
  • Welcome to one of the largest fall  book sales in Ohio with over 45,000 books
  • Books are cleaned, sorted and categorized into over sixty categories!
    • Tables restocked continuously
    • 100% of books donated from the community
    • 75% Hardcover
  • ALL NEW SELECTIONS - No holdovers from last sale
  • No Restrictions on Buyer
  • September 24 to 28
    • Early Bird Sale (Tuesday, September 24th from 4 to 8 pm)
      • Open to all with $10 admission
    • Wednesday, 9 am to 8 pm
    • Thursday, 9 am to 8 pm
    • Friday, 9 am to 8 pm: half price day
    • Saturday, 9 am to 2 pm - $5 per standard-sized bag (provided free)
  • Great prices typically range from $1.00 to $6.00. Prices for rare and collectible books are typically 75% less than the online price for comparable books.
    • Free admission (except Tuesday Night Preview) and free parking every day
    • Keep Coming Back: Friday is ½ Price Day and Saturday is $5.00 Bag Day
    • Major Credit Cards Accepted / No taxes are collected
    • Separate Areas contain:
      • Fiction - 9 Categories
      • Nonfiction - 40+ Categories
      • Rare and Collectible - 3 Categories
      • Children's and Young Adult - 3 Categories
      • Recorded Books, Movie DVDs, Music CDs, and Puzzles - 4 Categories
  • All book sale proceeds support youth programs and scholarships for women whose education has been interrupted
  • For more information, go to: or we can  be contacted at or 330 439 2039

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Angus, ON

Essa Centennial Library
18 King St

  • Library hours
  • 500+ books; 50% donated; 50% hardcover; .50-$1 (Cdn.)
  • Occasional $2/bag sales
Astorville, ON

East Ferris Public Library
1257 Village Road (Behind the arena)

  • Library hours
Athens, ON

Neighbour to Neighbour Centre (Hamilton)
28 Athens St

  • Mon-Fri 9:30-3:30 (closed holidays and when N2N Centre is closed)
  • 8,000 books; 100% donated; 20% hardcover; sorted; .25-$1
  • Not picked over; no restricions
Bradford, ON

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library
425 Holland St.

  • Sat 10-5, Sun 1-5
  • Preview: Fri 7-7:30 $10 admission/family

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Cloyne, ON

Cloyne Branch Library
Highway 41

  • During library hours
  • .25 paperbacks, .50 hardcovers
Cobourg, ON

Cobourg Public Library
C. Gordon King Centre
200 Ontario St

  • Sat 10-1
  • 2,500 books; 90% donated; 60% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; Donation
  • Credit/debit cards accepted

  • Library hours
  • Book sale shelf
Dunnville, ON

Dunnville Library
317 Chestnut St
289-674-0400 x 3

  • Mon-Thu 10-8, Thu, Fri, Sat 10-5
  • 50,000 books; 95% donated; 40% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; most .50-$1
  • (8,000 books out to start and replenishing every day to total 50,000)
Flesherton, ON

Flesherton Public Library
10 Elizabeth St

  • Library hours
  • 3,000 books; 50% donated; 80% hardcover; partly sorted; .50-$4
Greenboro, ON

Friends Bookstore
Greenboro Branch Library
363 Lorry Greenberg Dr

Greenboro, ON

Friends Bookstore
Richmond Branch Library
6240 Perth St

  • Library hours
Guelph, ON

Guelph Public Library
100 Norfolk St.

  • Library hours
  • not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; .10-$1
Guelph, ON

Friends of Guelph Public Library
69 Huron St

  • Fri 6-9pm, Sat, Sun 10-4
  • Preview: Fri 1-4pm, $10 fee (Canadian funds)
  • 100% donated; 60% hardcover; sorted; no buyer restrictions; 50,000 books & media; Most $1-$3 (CA)
  • Volunteers may purchase books Thursday prior to sale.
  • Cash for purchases. (Some cheques accepted with advance approval of book sale coordinator and with government-issued photo ID.)
Hanover, ON

Hanover Public Library
at Hanover Raceway
265 5th St.

  • Fri 9-8, Sat 9-6
  • Preview: Thu 5:30-8:30pm, $10 fee (children free). Tickets available from the library in advance.
  • 10,000 books; 100% donated; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; includes CDs, DVDs, puzzles, games; Donation suggested price .50-$5 each / $5 up per bag
Holland Landing, ON

East Gwillimbury Public Library
at Community Centre
19513 Yonge St

  • Sat 9-4
  • Preview: Fri 6:30pm-8:30pm, $5 or $10/family
  • 5,000 books; 100% donated; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; Donation
  • Credit cards accepted

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Kingston, ON

Isabel Turner Branch Library
935 Gardiners Rd
613-549-8888 ext. 3538

  • Library branch hours
  • 250-500 books; 100% donated; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; Donation - pay what you can
  • Stock replenished regularly
Lindsay, ON

Lindsay Library
190 Kent St. W

June 18; June 22; July 16; July 20; Aug 20; Aug 24; Sept 17; Sept 21; Oct 15; Oct 19; Nov 19; Nov 23; Dec
  • Tue sales: 10:30-5. Sat sales 10:30-3
  • 6,000 books; 95% donated; 30% hardcover; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; partly sorted; Donation
London, ON

Friends of London Public Library
at Centennial Hall
550 Wellington St.

  • Fri 9-9, Sat 9-5, Sun 10-4
  • Preview: Thu evening 7-9, Friends and sale volunteers
  • "Thousands" of books; 50% donated; 60% hardcover; sorted; .25-$2 (some discounts for multiples). Specials individually priced. Sun: $3/bag
London, ON

Friends of London Public Library Store
251 Dundas St, Citi Plaza

  • Mon-Fri 10-5, Sat 10-4
  • Hundreds of books
Madoc, ON

Madoc Public Library Bookstore
24 Durham Street North

Magnetawan, ON

Magnetawan Public Library
at Magnetawan Community Centre Building-Library

  • Sat 10-2
  • Big sales on Saturdays in July and August
Marysville (Wolfe Island), ON

Wolfe Island Branch Library
Highway 95/96 Junction

  • Library hours
Mississauga, ON

Mississauga Library System
The Good Buy Shop
301 Burnhamthorpe Road West
905-615-3200 x 3604

  • Library hours
Mississauga, ON

Mississauga Symphony Book Sale
Sherwood Village/Sheridan Centre
2225 Erin Mills Pkwy

Postal Code: L5K 1T9 Just north of Queen Elizabeth Way, (QEW) Western end of Greater Toronto Area


Watch this spot for the next great sale!
Nipigon, ON

Nipigon Public Library
25 Third St

  • Tue-Fri 1:30-5:30, Tue, Wed 7-9pm, Thu 9-1, Sat 10-1

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North Bay, ON

North Bay Public Library
271 Worthington St E

  • Sat, 10-3:30, Mon-Wed 10-8:30 (closed Sun)
  • 7,000 books; 20% donated; 70% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; .10-$1
  • Sale includes books in French and in English
  • Credit cards accepted
Oakville, ON

Oakville Public Library
120 Navy St

  • Thu 9:30-8:45, Fri, Sat 9:30-4:45, Sun 1-4:30
  • Preview: Wed 6-8:45pm, Friends; join at any library branch, $10
  • not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions
Oshawa, ON

McLaughlin Library
65 Bagot St.
905-579-6111 x 5220

  • Wed, Thu 9:30-7:30, Fri, Sat 9:30-4:30
Ottawa, ON

By the Book Friends Store
363 Lorry Greenberg Dr
613-580-2957 x 32626

July 6; Aug 3; Sept 7; Oct 5; Nov 2; Dec 7
  • Sat 10-2
  • not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; Half price sale

  • Mon-Sat 10-4
  • 7,000 books; 80% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; $1-$2
  • Not picked over; no restrictions
Ottawa, ON

Elgin Street Parent Council
310 Elgin St

  • Thu, Fri 3-9pm, Sat 8-4, Sun 10-3
  • Preview: Children from the school may preview
  • 10,000 books; 100% donated; 30% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; $1-$8
  • Silent auction. Sat bake sale
Ottawa, ON

Ottawa Public Library
Friends Bookshop
120 Metcalfe

  • Mon-Fri 11-4:30, Sat noon-4
Ottawa (Bells Corners), ON

Centennial Library Book Store
3870 Richmond Rd.

  • Mon-Thu 10-8, Fri 1-6, Sat 10-5
  • Bookstore in library
Ottawa (Beaverbrook), ON

Beaverbrook Branch Library
Bookends Book Store
2500 Campeau

Ottawa (Cumberland), ON

Cumberland Branch Library
The Bookworm
1599 Tenth Line

  • Mon-Thu 10:30-2:30, Sat 10-4
Ottawa (Nepean), ON

Second Editions Used Book Store
Nepean Centrepointe Library
101 Centrepointe Dr
613 580-2424 x.41491

  • Mon-Sat 10-3
  • Sorted; .50 & up

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Ottawa (Nepean), ON

Friends of Ottawa Public Library
at James Bartleman Centre
100 Tallwood Dr.
613-580-2424 x 27875

June 22; July 20; Aug 24; Sept 21; Oct 26; Nov 16
  • Sat 10-2
  • not 'picked over'; $1 and up
  • Cash, debit, and credit cards accepted
Pembroke, ON

Pembroke Public Library
237 Victoria St.

  • Library hours
  • 10,000 books; 30% donated; 80% hardcover; sorted; 2/$1 or as marked
  • Some rare books
Perth, ON

Perth Union Public Library
33 Herriott St.

July 13
  • 9-3
  • 800+ books; 100% donated; 40% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; Donation
  • Credit cards accepted
Picton, ON

Picton Branch Library
208 Main St

  • Mon-Fri 10-5
Port Dover, ON

Port Dover Summer Festival
Powell Park

Aug 16 - 18
  • Sat 10-6, Sun 10-5
  • Preview: Fri 10-2, open to everyone
  • 15,000 books; 100% donated; 70% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; Donation
  • Canadian craft, art and antiques plus merchant sidewalk sales
Prescott, ON

Prescott Public Library
430 Dibble St. W.

  • Library hours
  • 95% donated; 48% hardcover; sorted; paperbacks .25 or 5/$1; hardcovers $1
Sault Sainte Marie, ON

Friends Book Store
Main Library
50 East St

  • Mon-Sat 10-4
  • Hours subject to change - call first
Sharbot Lake, ON

Sharbot Lake Branch Library
Robert St

  • During library hours
  • .25 paperbacks, .50 hardcovers
Sudbury, ON

The Book Mine
Sudbury Public Library
74 MacKenzie St

  • Open during library hours
Sunbury, ON

Storrington Branch Library
3910 Battersea Rd.

  • Library hours

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Thornbury, ON

Leonard E. Shore Memorial Library
183 Bruce St. S. (corner of Bruce and Napier)

  • Library hours
  • .25-$3
Thunder Bay, ON

Thunder Bay Public Library
at the Southside Book Nook
Victoriaville Centre
650 Victoria Ave E

  • Mon-Fri 10-4, Sat noon-3, Sunday closed
  • $1 and up
  • Covid protocols in effect
Toronto, ON

North York Central Library
5120 Yonge St (Concourse Level)

(Beneath North York Central Library)

  • Tue - Sat, 10-4
  • .50-$5. Most $1
  • Please bring your own bag.
Toronto, ON

Toronto Reference Library
Beeton Hall
789 Yonge St

Sept; Nov
  • Thu 9:30-7 - $3 Entrance fee; Fri 9-7, Sat 9-4
  • 5,000 books; 90% donated; 90% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; $2 - $1,000 (most between $2 and $100)
  • Credit cards accepted

  • Wed-Fri noon-6, Sat noon-5
  • Most books $1
  • Bookends South: Friends Book Store

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Toronto (St. Michael's College), ON

St.Michael's College
University of Toronto
at the John M. Kelly Library (first floor)
113 St. Joseph Street
416-926-1300 x 3475

Subway stop: Bay or Museum

Sept 25 - 28
  • More than 50,000 great books and media items at great prices
  • Special Finds including donations from the Estate of Prof Natalie Zemon Davis
  • Types of books
    • Exceptional Selections in Religion and Philosophy
    • Rare Books, First Editions, History and Art
    • Poetry, Drama and General LIterature
    • Classics, Celtic Studies, Social Sciences
  • Also featuring
    • Kits' Lit, Biographies, Popular Literature and Philosophy
    • Musical Scores, CDs, DVDs
    • and much more!
  • Cash, Debit, Visa, and Mastercard accepted
  • Starts Wednesday, Sept 25, 10 am - 8 pm (Admission: $5 on Wednesday only; Free for Students with valid ID)
    • Thursday, Sept 26, 10 am - 8 pm (free admission)
    • Friday, Sept 27, 10 am - 8 pm (free admission)
    • Saturday, Sept 28, 10 am - 1 pm (free admission) - $20 per box all day
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Toronto (Trinity College), ON

Trinity College, University of Toronto
6 Hoskin Avenue
Upstairs in Seeley Hall

Subway stops: St. George, Museum and Wellesley. From Wellesley, take 94 West bus to the college

Oct 23 - 27
  • 47th Friends of Trinity College Book Sale Oct 23-27, 2024
  • 50,000+ Books!
  • All books donated, carefully sorted into 70 categories and reasonably priced!!
    • Canadian Fiction
    • Literary novels and classics
    • Mysteries
    • Popular Fiction and Science Fiction
    • CDs and DVDs
    • Separate Rare and Collectibles Room
  • Payment by Credit or Debit card accepted - NO CASH or CHEQUES!
  • Starts Wednesday, October 23, 9am - 8 pm, $5 admission (first day only)
    • Thursday, 10 am - 8 pm (free admission)
    • Friday, 10 am - 8 pm (free admission)
    • Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm (free admission)
    • Sunday, noon - 6 pm (free admission)
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Toronto (University College), ON

University College Alumni
University College Building
Clark Reading Room
St. George Campus
15 King's College Circle

(Subway to St. George or Queens Park)

Sept 26 - 29

Thousands of books donated by alumni, faculty, and friends of University College

  • All types of books at great prices
    • Fixed prices for fiction, biographies, travel, cookbooks and more
    • Other categories including philosophy, Greek & Roman, history, politics, religion from $1
    • Rare and special books - from as low as $5
  • Visa, Mastercard, Debit and Cash accepted
  • Starts Thursday, September 26, 10 am - 6 pm (first day only: $5 admission, students free with ID)
    • Friday, 10 am - 6 pm (free admission)
    • Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm (free admission)
    • Sunday, 10 am - 6 pm (free admission) - HALF PRICE DAY FOR MOST BOOKS!
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Toronto (Victoria College), ON

Victoria College in the University of Toronto
Old Vic.
91 Charles Street West
(Subway stop: Museum)

Sept 19 - 23
  • Victoria College Book Sale 2024 (since 1992)
  • Over 50K good used books and tons of vinyl, CDs and DVDs
  • Generous book donors have already donated a wide variety of titles in all areas of interest to entice book buyers to this wonderful event.
  • All types of books and music at amazing prices!!!
    • Organized into categories and sub-categories
    • Rare and unusual books for the connoisseur
    • Book stock replenished daily
  • VISA, MasterCard, Debit and Cash accepted
  • Starts Thursday, Sept 19, 2 pm - 7 pm ($5 admission charge first day only, Students free with ID)
Wainfleet, ON

Wainfleet Twp Public Library
19M9 Park St.

  • Mon, Thu 9-8, Tue, Wed, Fri 10-5:30, Sat 9:30-12:30
Welland, ON

Canadian Federation of University Women Welland & District
at Niagara Regional Exhibition Grounds
1100 Niagara St

(Welland Fairgrounds)

  • Sat 9-3
  • 7,000 books; 100% donated; 50% hardcover; sorted; not 'picked over'; no buyer restrictions; $1-$3

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Kennett Square, PA

50,000+ Books!
Unionville HS Gymnasium
750 Unionville Rd. (Rt. 82)

Held in the Gym/Café

Feb 22 - 23, 2025
  • Unionville High School Annual Used Book Sale!
  • Saturday, February 22nd
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Sunday, February 23rd 
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • $10 bag sale all day Sunday!
    • Bags are provided! Please do not bring your own bag
  • 50,000+ Books for Sale!
  • All books are 100% donated. Books are not picked over before the sale.
    • 30+ sorted and priced genre categories for fiction and non-fiction excluding collectibles, childrens and classics. Separate tables for New Releases and Large Print
    • Extensive children’s area sorted by age/type of reader including Young Adult
    • Significant collection of rare and out of print books, sorted by genre
    • Large separate sorted paperback selection
    • Hand held scanners are allowed
    • Most books $1.00-$5.00
    • Hardbacks & Trade Paperbacks $2.00 - $3.00. Special items and Collectibles individually priced.
    • CASH or CREDIT CARD accepted: NO CHECKS!
    • Strollers are only permitted if you have a small child.
      • Small umbrella strolers only - no wagons or pull-behind containers allowed
    • FREE Admission and free convenient parking
  • Large Volume Dealers are welcome; pre-registration is required. Book Sale Website
    • We have an special “cage” area specifically assigned to you that will allow you to store your books while you shop. Your purchases will be boxed and priced while you continue to shop. Please indicate your interest in coming by contacting us through our website to help with the check-in process
  • Our sale funds education enrichment projects at Unionville High School.
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Mount Joy, PA

Friends of Milanof-Schock Library
at Donegal High School
1025 Koser Road

June 20 - 22
  • Friends of the Milanof-Schock Library BOOK SALE
  • THOUSANDS of USED BOOKS ... and more!
  • Sale includes:
    • Adults', children's and teens' books
    • Some records, music and audio CDs
    • DVDs and videos
  • Books are in good condition and on tables by categories
    • 99% Donated. 65% Hardcover.
  • Our books sell for $.50 for children, $1.00 paperback, and $2.00 for hardback.
    • Credit Cards accepted
  • June 20 to 22, 2024
    • Thursday, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Preview Night $10 entry
    • Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Free entry)
    • Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Free entry)
      • Stuff a bag for $5 day
  • Concession Stand will be open
  • Questions? Contact our library at (717) 653-1510 or Lora Jones (717) 492-9806 or (717)-342-3285
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  • PLEASE NOTE SALE LOCATION: Donegal High School, 1025 Koser Road, Mount Joy, PA 17552
  • All proceeds benefit Milanof-Schock Library
  • Volume Buyers: Please bring your own boxes or bags!

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