Treasures from the book fair.
The Queen's Groom print
Poetry and music
Alfred Hitchcock's Three Investigators
Did not know they existed until Patty clued me in.
Two copies of The Bird's Christmas Carol
Yep, one for me and one for the booth.
Set of Zane Grey
Group of novels - children's and adult's
Large music books
More sheet music
Set of Lloyd C. Douglas
Remember Magnificent Obsession?
Small group of the Little Leather Library books
Used as premiums in Whitman's Chocolate boxes
More, just more
My favorites - Robinson's Family Herbal - England - 1800's
It's red and gold and totally a keeper!
Tiny books with floral and gilt covers - keepers!
Believe it or not there were customers who bought lots more than I did.
This guy drove three hours from Atlanta and bought over forty flats of books for a mission in Africa.
Notice he did think to pull out his spare tire just in case.
There were customers with box trucks ready to be filled.
It was a wild experience to be on the selling side instead of the shopping side.
The book fair was successful which is great news so we can give away the money next year for scholarships and literacy programs.
Plus teachers and charitable thrifts were invited after we closed to gather FREE books and attic treasures.
In other news, on the hunt for windows, I bought a collection of Corning Ware tea pots.
The medium size.
And the large size.
Brace yourself - there is news coming of the state of Horror Monster, my beloved craft stash.
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