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2nd Annual Book Sale In Shorewood

Sept. 9, 2010

The Literacy Services of Wisconsin book sale returns to Shorewood September 16-19. The sale will be held at the old Harry W. Schwartz Book store at 4093 N. Oakland, Thursday - Sunday from 9:00 - 6:00 p.m. Tens of thousands of books will be offered. Categories include fiction, mystery, sports, humanities, art, young adult, children's, history, cooking, health, and travel. All hard backs are $2, paperbacks, $1 unless otherwise marked. "Bag and Box Day" is Sunday - all the books you can fit in a grocery bag for $2 and in a box, for $5.

 

All proceeds benefit Literacy Services of Wisconsin's adult education programs. Call 414-344-5878 for more information or email bob@literacyservices.org.

 

Reading is a gift but not a given.

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