The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

October 3, 2012

Books accepted for annual sale

By Sarah Plummer
Register-Herald Reporter

— Do you have books that you have loved but are ready to let go?

Consider donating them to the fourth annual Used Book Sale to benefit Newspapers In Education so they can provide others in the community with hours of enjoyment and help put newspapers into the hands of kids across southern West Virginia.

Carla Nelson, Register-Herald circulation sales and marketing manager, said the book sale is seeking used books of all kinds including children’s, religious, juvenile, thrillers, suspense, mystery, reference, cookbooks, westerns, sports, how-to books and science fiction.

Book donations will be accepted until Oct. 22 at The Fayette Tribune office in Oak Hill; The Montgomery Herald office in Montgomery; Kroger, Oak Hill; The Register-Herald; Wyoming County Report; YMCA; Kroger, Beaver; IGA, Lewisburg; Marquee Cinemas, Beckley; Kroger, Rainelle; Kroger, Beckley Crossing; Wayne’s Supermarket, Mullens; Goodson’s Supermarket, Oceana; Save-a-Lot, Pineville; and Cornerstone IGA, Daniels.

Donate now and then head out to the sale to find some good reads at great prices during the book sale from 9 to 6 p.m. Oct. 25, 26 and 27 and Nov. 1, 2 and 3 at Hyundai of Beckley.

Donations are being accepted now, but please no textbooks or encyclopedias.

For more information, call Nelson at 304-255-4498.

— E-mail: splummer@register-herald.com