Used Book Sale at Library

The Friends of the Sierra Madre Library will be holding a used book sale on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, just in time for holiday shopping.

If you're looking to stay local and sustainable this holiday season, consider purchasing a gift at the Friends of the Sierra Madre Library book sale this week.

On Wednesday a members-only book sale will be held in the basement of the Sierra Madre Library. This event features holiday books, newer fiction and non-fiction, coffee table books, cookbooks, collectibles, DVDs and audio books. There will also be books for children and teens. Not a member of the Friends?  There will be an opportunity for you to join that night.  

This Friday and Saturday, the sale will be open to the public. Items available include classic literature in a set of the International Collector’s Library, unusual coffee table books, cookbooks and contemporary culture books, adult fiction and non-fiction, children’s titles, audio books, CDs and DVDs.

Tables outside the library will feature hardback and trade fiction and non-fiction for $1.00 each and paperbacks for $.25 each (or five for $1.00). All children's books are only $.25.


  • Wednesday from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
  • Friday from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.
  • Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The sale will take place in the library basement and the back parking lot. 

These sales offer high-quality, slightly used books that are culled from library shelves or donations.  

Proceeds from all three sales will be donated to the Sierra Made Public Library to support program and equipment needs. 

The library is located at 440 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. Parking is available on the street and behind the library. 


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