Library Book Sale Moves 

The Friends of the Memphis Public Library will host its quarterly book sale September 6-8. But there is one important change. Instead of being held at the downtown Cossitt Branch library, where it is usually held, the sale will be at the Benjamin Hooks Central Library.

Paperbacks can be purchases for 50 cents. Hardback books cost $2.

Organizers say the new location means more space and more available parking. But won't it also mean more competition from the Friends-run Second Editions?

Proceeds from the sale benefit the Memphis Public Library & Information Center. For more information, call 415-2700.

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