Mom and I had a good time on Saturday. She picked me up at 9:00 and after running a few errands here in town, we hit the road for the used book sale at the West Newton public library. I didn't actually pay attention to the times, but I think it's about 45 minutes away. It's a tiny library, but very nice and the staff is friendly and helpful. In order to comply with Covid-19 rules the sale was held outside in the parking lot. Fortunately, it was a sunny day and cool, but not cold. Many of you expressed envy when I mentioned the sale in my Saturday post so I thought I'd share what I found with you.
I don't usually buy new romances, but I will grab up some fun sounding ones at a used book sale. These look like fun and bonus...one's a Christmas romance! It's almost that time of the year.
I also picked up a couple of cookbooks. One is all pork recipes and the other is the one Jerry Seinfeld's wife published a few years back about getting kids to eat healthier. A couple of Dr. Seuss classics, a pop-up version of The Little Engine that Could and a beautifully embossed Tinkerbell book rounds out my haul.
Here they are stacked up with (most of) the rest of the books in my waiting-to-be-read pile.
Ah, a big pile of books waiting in the wings makes me a happy girl!