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Wichita Falls Public Library Book Sale

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The Wichita Falls Public Library along with the Friends of the Wichita Falls Public Library held a giant half-price book sale Saturday.

The sale began at 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the warehouse on Grant Street in Wichita Falls.

"The Friends of the Wichita Falls Public Library has a tradition of having a first day half price sale the first Saturday of every month. Since we've had this warehouse, we've decided to try to have sales over here as well," said President of the Friends of Wichita Falls Public Library Alan Martin.

There were plenty of rare and collectible books as well as a large room full of children's books, music, photo prints and a lifetime supply of all kinds of magazines.

All proceeds will go right back to the library and its programs.

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