A used book sale is being held this weekend to benefit the Warren County Library.
More than 35,000 books are in stock and ready to be sold.
Proceeds go to the library's winter and summer reading programs.
The Friends of the Library President says they need to raise more money this year, because the program is continually getting bigger.
"Every year the library's outreach has increased, the circulation has increased, the activities have increased. And so, every day we are meeting the needs of the children primarily, but adults also," Sharon Crawford says of the importance of the book sale.
The book sale will continue through the weekend.
And on Sunday, prices will be dropped from 50 cents per book, to a dollar for a bag of books.
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