Sunday, October 19, 2014

A Monster of a Book Sale

It's a monster of a book sale, at spooktacular prices.

The Friends of the Libraries Book Sale, with a Halloween theme for the month of October, is happening at the Blagg-Huey Library on the Denton campus of TWU.  With prices ranging from a quarter to four dollars, stocking up on calorie-free treats to use and enjoy this holiday season is frightfully easy. 

Located on the library's first floor near the Reference Collection, the sale features a broad range of titles to serve your entertaining, celebrating, cooking and recreational reading needs.  A highlight is the extraordinary selection of cookbooks available.  Microwave, grilling, dessert, holiday, gourmet, entertaining, salads, vegetables, candy, stews, bread, poultry, appetizers, potluck, international cuisine, vegetarian/vegan, blender and food processor, seasonal, seafood, steak, comfort food--and many more--cookbooks line the shelves.  If you can eat it, chances are a book at the Friends of the Libraries Halloween Book Sale tells you how to cook and serve it--and this monster of a book sale doesn't stop there.  Biographies and novels to craft, diet, children's, mystery, science, religion, history, travel, feminist, poetry, genealogy, decorating and drama books--and too many more to list--fill the shelves for your browsing pleasure.  To make a purchase, simply take your selections to the first-floor Circulation Desk (exact cash, checks and major credit cards accepted.)

With the holiday season just around the corner, there couldn't be a better time to browse the monster selection, at spooktacular prices, of the Friends of the Libraries Halloween Book Sale. 

The sale is open to all during regular library hours.  For assistance visit the Circulation or Information Desks on the library's first floor.


~Sandy Cochran 

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