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Fanwood Library's 29th Annual Book Sale Fundraiser Starts on Thursday, Sept. 17

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Volunteer Arlene Soong helps sort donations for the Friends of the Library book sale at the Forest Road Park building in Fanwood. Credits: Brian Horton
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FANWOOD, NJ -- The 29th annual Fanwood Library book sale fundraiser, organized by the Friends of the Library, begins with the collection of donations, which will be accepted until Wednesday afternoon (9/16) at Fanwood’s Forest Road Park.

The sale starts on Thursday, Sept. 17, for members of the Friends of the Library. The public sale begins Friday. Hundreds and hundreds of books are available with titles covering nearly any interest readers may have.

The sale includes recent fiction - hardcover and paperback - for all ages; children's books at all levels; current or relevant non-fiction in all subject areas; and CDs and DVDs. New this year will be vinyl LPs, which can be donated and will be sold.

The collection and sale site is at Fanwood’s Forest Road Park. Visit http://www.fanwoodlibrary.org for more information, or call the library at (908) 322-6400. Proceeds from the sale pay for all library programs and for equipment and furniture outside the library budget.

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