September 13, 2013 – 14:11

Used book sales support the library

Each Chandler Library branch has a display of used books on sale. A wide variety of non-fiction and fiction books,reference,magazines and children’s books are available for patrons to browse during regular branch hours.

Donate your used books:

Friends of the Chandler Public Library Donation Guidelines

We accept:

  • Adult and children’s hardback and paperback books
    Audio CDs,
    Blu-ray Discs
    Books on tape
    Current issues (within the past 12 months) of popular magazines.
We do not accept:
  • Water-damaged,mildewed,musty,strong-smelling or soiled books
    Damaged books (torn/loose pages,broken spines,missing pages/covers etc.) needing repair
    Scratched/unplayable CDs or DVDs
    Readers Digest Condensed Books
    Encyclopedias (World Book,Britannica,etc.)
    National Geographic magazine
    School textbooks
    Computer or technical books over 2 years old
    Computer software
    Cassette tapes
    Loose CDs,DVDs,etc. without their original cases
    Home-recorded (aka burned) CDs,DVDs,etc.
    Non-book or media items (e.g. toys,calendars,cards,puzzles,etc.)
Donations are always welcome for the Friends’ on-going sales. All accepted item donations are tax deductible.Receipts for tax purposes are available. Proceeds from used book sales are used to fund library programs and services.

Please bring donations inside the library during regular open hours. If you have several boxes of items,please ask Pages or Information Desk staff about use of a book cart.

Help us at the book sales:

Volunteers are always welcome to help the Friends by working in the used book department: sorting,pricing,shelving -- as well as at our Half Price Book Sales: setting up,arranging books for display,assisting visitors,restocking tables and cleaning up at sale’s end. For more information about volunteering for the used books department and/or the seasonal book sales,contact the Outreach Coordinator or call 480-782-2800.


Scholastic Press Catching Fire (The Hunger Games, Book 2)
Book (Scholastic Press)
  • Recommended Age: 12 years and up

Antique scrap books...Royal family

2011-12-09 17:24:08 by franafly

I just seen all the above posts ...Thanks and so that I can make this clear...they are not the royal family scrap books they were created by a lady who has since then passed away . She was on a mission somewhere in England and was a fan of the Royal family along with other famous people .Maybe they are not worth much ..but then again there are 4 scrap books full of allot of memories that might be valuable to someone .

Oroville Calendar  — Mercury-Register
"Arsenic and Old Lace." The three-act play features two eccentric maiden sisters full of kindness, generosity and sympathy tenderly poisoning their lonely, elderly male lodgers.

Exhibits  — The Moscow Times
Open Storage of rare books, paintings, graphics, porcelain, bronzes, ceramics, genealogical materials and private collections. Pushkin and ..

University of North Texas Press The Personal Correspondence of Sam Houston. Volume III: 1848-1852
Book (University of North Texas Press)
Voyageur Press Our Texas
Book (Voyageur Press)
Texas A&M University Press Mr. Claude
Book (Texas A&M University Press)

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