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By ALEXANDER WILLIS

Book lovers rejoice as the Friends of the Spring Hill Library will be holding its quarterly book sale this Saturday.

On Saturday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., the sale will see everything from cook books to fantasy novels, from CDs to DVDs and everything in between be sold at a discounted price. Paperback books are $1, hardbacks are $2, new releases are $5, children’s books are $0.50, DVDs and books on CDS are $2, and other miscellaneous items such as VHS tapes (remember those?) are just a quarter.

At 2 p.m., guests can also try their hand at stuffing as many books as they can into a provided bag, getting to keep all the books collected. Bags for this special sale are $2 a piece, with a limit of four bags per family.

A nonprofit organization, the Friends of the Spring Hill Library aim to support the Spring Hill Public Library through financial support and volunteer work. The Friends of the Spring Hill Library is also always accepting memberships, with members receiving discounts of up to 50 percent, as well as being a part of a community effort to further knowledge and education in Spring Hill. Memberships are $10, or $15 for a family membership, and can be solicited at the library’s front desk at the Permanent Book Sale alcove.

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