It's finally March. And even though people love to remind me that winter will probably stick around for quite a while; I know that spring is near. I have started looking for the first robin of spring. I brought out my gardening books to begin looking for new ideas for spring planting. Spring also still means spring cleaning to me too. Spring cleaning is such a productive activity, time to clean out the old to make room for the new. This can apply to all those books you collected over the winter that you don't need anymore. If you do spring cleaning - or even if you don't - please consider donating your gently used books to the Friends Bookstore this year. We will certainly appreciate it and your gently used books will be reused, reread by some else who will appreciate them. Of course, as you know proceeds go to help support the library. Click on the Donating Books & Media link for more information.
This week in the store we have a special sale on select Tween/Young Adult books at the bargain price of 25 cents each. We also continue to have an abundance of romance fiction both paperback and hardcover and a wonderful selection of all genres of fiction, both adult and children. Come and see us. I don't think you can get better prices on books in Kalamazoo.