The Mark Twain Library has held a late-summer book
fair for more than 50 years. It is held on Labor Day Weekend in the Redding Community Center.
At this annual event, the library typically
offers for sale upwards of 50,000 used books in all subject areas.
A select number of books are also available for sale year-round
at the library.
This important contribution to the welfare of
the library is made possible by the generous donation of books to
the library throughout the year, and the year-long effort by a devoted
group of book fair volunteers, who sort and store these donations.
Donations can be dropped off at the library during
regular hours of operation (preferred) or in the outside bin at
the end of the children's wing when the library is closed. The library
will be happy to provide a receipt for any donation, but cannot,
of course, provide a valuation for tax purposes.
Click here to review what you can donate. But, if you have any questions about a
specific donation that you would like to make for the book fair,
please contact volunteers Jeanne Wendschuh or Midge Loery at the library (203) 938-2545.