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Blueberry Festival Book Sale, Aug. 1 and 2

The Wilton Free Public Library will again host their annual book sale at the Western Maine Development, LLC building on Weld Street, this Friday (Aug. 1st) and Saturday (Aug. 2nd) during the Wilton Blueberry Festival.  Hours for the sale are Friday, 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM and Saturday, 11 AM to 4:30 PM.

The booBooksalek sale has been a feature of the Blueberry Festival for decades. It provides an opportunity for anyone to obtain books by simply donating to the library. This year’s sale will once again offer hundreds of books on numerous subjects.  The huge assortment of fiction and non-fiction provides selections for all ages of reader. The sale has a large children’s and young adult’s section. There are books on crafts and home improvement, as well as a selection of classics. Dozens of authors are featured in the romance genre. A newly organized display of fiction is ready to be viewed, with all the books sorted alphabetically by author. Shelves of more than thirty (30) boxes containing the most popular authors are also at the sale.  The non-fiction section has had many new titles added just in time for Friday’s opening day. The sale also has sections on music, history, religion and many more subjects. A few special collections will also be there, including books on Frank Sinatra and the movie “Star Wars.”  More than 1000 paperbacks have been sorted alphabetically by author, in topics ranging from romance and mystery to action-thriller and sci-fi. In short, if there is a book that you have been looking to read this summer, then you may very well find it at the Wilton Free Public Library Book Sale.


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