If you missed the annual children’s book sale at the library today, have no fear, there’s still tomorrow! The Daniel Boone Regional Library host an annual book sale that focuses on children’s literature and raises money for the library. Inside the sale are fabulous and frugal finds. With hardbacks selling for .50 cents a book and paperbacks for .25 cents a book, families can stock up and save!
If you have busy little readers – like I do – this sale is perfect for your family. Each year my children are set free to explore the piles of books available for purchase, enabling me to teach them money saving techniques, money management – they each have a pre-set limit- and best of all, instills a love and excitement of reading. If you have children and missed the opening day of the sale, you can still head out tomorrow and browse the many available titles left on the shelves.
The book sale will continue on Sunday, October 14, from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. If you don’t have children or you simply want to help children in Boone County, consider attending the sale and donating your purchase to one of the many elementary school libraries or organizations such as Granny’s House or Rainbow House. It’s just one way you can make a difference in the life of a child or give back to our community. Happy Shopping!