Although we do NOT have a cut off date this year for donations for the book sale,
Please be kind to our volunteers and donate "manageable" sized/weighted boxes.
NO, THANK YOU;
Any items with rodent, water, mold, mildew exposure or damage of any kind.
Textbooks, Reader's Digest Condensed, Journals & Magazines; including
National Geographic, Encyclopedia Sets, Puzzles, Cassette or VHS media or software.
RSA 202-A:4-d Acceptance of Personal Property Donated to Libraries:
Frost Free Library shall retain the right to accept or REFUSE any non-monetary gift offered to the library. This may include but is not limited to furnishings, artwork, computers, equipment, books, videos and audio books, plants, lighting and children's toys.
The Library shall accept only those items that will serve a useful purpose in the library.
The Library retains the right to dispose of any items it has accepted if those items no longer serve a useful purpose, if they become unusable because of damage or wear, or there is no longer space for those items to be used. The Library shall have no obligation to inform the donor of its intent to dispose of items.
What do they ALL have in common? You can find them at the Friends of Frost Free Book Sale.
This Saturday, October 6th, 10- 1 pm.
The Friends support Summer Programming, Special Purchases, our Beautiful Gardens and so much more.
Shop with us Saturday for your holiday swaps, pinterest projects, winter stowaway reading, stocking the summer camp for next season, winter travels, family book group...
Gay-Kimball Library, our neighbor library in Troy has their book sale that day as well. It will be a beautiful day for an autumnal ride and book buying, right?
Story time families and Library patrons please feel free to use overflow parking @ our gracious neighbors the Federated Church and Library way while the Friends occupy the parking lot for Book Sale. Thanks Everyone.
20 Years of Harry Potter: Pottermore Publishing offering unlimited access to ebook in public libraries
CLEVELAND, OHIO – August 28, 2018 – In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Pottermore Publishing is offering fans unlimited access to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone ebook for two weeks from public libraries. From August 27 to September 10, fans across North America can read the ebook on Libby, the award-winning one-tap reading app from the library, with no cost, waitlists or holds.
"Pottermore Publishing is delighted to offer fans the chance to celebrate 20 years since the publication of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone via their local library," said Jennie McCann, Publishing Director at Pottermore Publishing. "We have worked with digital library distributors across the US to bring this to life and look forward to seeing the campaign unfold."
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, the first book in one of the world's most popular series, introduces us to the stories of the Boy Who Lived and his first encounters with Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and the wizarding world. With over 500 million copies sold worldwide, the series has now been translated into over 80 languages and made into 8 blockbuster films.
Readers can discover the magic of the wizarding world by downloading Libby and checking out the ebook through their local public library. All it takes is a library card; some libraries also have access to an Instant Digital Card which simply requires a cell phone number to sign up. This service is compatible with all major computers and devices, including iPhone, iPad, Android devices, Windows tablets, and Kindle [US libraries] without waitlists or holds. The title will automatically expire at the end of the lending period, and there are no late fees.
To get started, download Libby today from the iOS App Store, Google Play or Windows App Store. Libby is powered by Rakuten OverDrive, the leading digital reading platform for libraries and schools.
Pottermore Publishing is the global digital publisher of the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series as well as other audiobooks and ebooks from the Wizarding World. It aims to lead the way in innovative digital publishing and to bring new generations of readers together with long-standing fans, celebrating and bringing to life the stories that first began with the Boy Who Lived.
Ask you librarian for help with the Libby App on YOUR favorite device.