The 70th Annual Friends of the Library of Hawai'i Book Sale, presented by Hawaii State Federal Credit Union, will be held July 15th-23rd! This is a great sale with tons of books, that has often been recommended to me by several homeschool families.
To be held at: McKinley High School Cafeteria
1039 South King Street, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96814
Hours & Info:
July 13th - Preview Sale for Friends of the Library of Hawai'i, 5-9pm
July 14th - Preview Sale for HSFCU & FLH members, 5-9pm
July 15th - Opening Day! - 9am-9pm
July 16th - 9am-6pm
July 17th-20th - 11am-7pm + 25% off in the overstock tent
July 21st - 11am-8pm + 25% off in the overstock tent,
July 22nd - 9am-8pm + 50% off everything
July 23rd - 9am-2pm, everything is 50 cents
From their website:
"The Friends of the Library of Hawai‘i (FLH) is pleased to announce the 70th Annual Booksale, sponsored by Hawai‘i State Federal Credit Union (HSFCU), from July 15 - July 23, 2017 at the McKinley High School Cafeteria. At Hawai‘i’s largest used booksale, you can choose from over 150,000 books in every category imaginable!
Since 1947, the FLH Annual Sale has invited Hawai‘i residents to browse selections of new and used, out-of-print and bestselling books and media. After 70 years, the sale is an island tradition and each summer thousands readers of all ages and backgrounds converge on the McKinley High School cafeteria for 11 days of bargains and a selection of titles to rival any bookstore.
Encompassing much more than books, the booksale will feature a selection of CDs, DVDs, comics and manga, and many more hard-to-find items. A popular section of the sale is the eclectic selection of donated ART. There is modern art, prints from local artists, lithographs, and sculpture.
A catalogue of FLH’s rare and collectible books will be open for inspection at the sale. All books in the catalogue are available for purchase, including rare Hawaiiana titles.
On opening weekend, Saturday and Sunday, June 18 and 19, look for authors from the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators in the grey tent in front of the cafeteria. They will be selling and signing their brand new children’s books, with a portion of sales going to support Friends of the Library of Hawai‘i."
NOTE: I am NOT affiliated or associated with this event (though I might go shop!). This is NOT a sponsored post or paid ad. I'm just sharing in case some of you might be interested in some used books. Please direct any questions to the event organizers. Visit their website for more details. Enjoy!
I'm a homeschooling mom of two, enjoying our time in Hawaii and hoping to share some of that experience with you, including ideas, reviews, resources, and information.