Amanda Todd, of Bowser, made a special trip down to the Rotary Used Book Sale on Friday hoping to fill a tall order for titles she and her family are looking for. The list of light reading included three columns of titles that filled 10 pages. CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Rotary Used Book Sale in Nanaimo a real page-turner

An estimated 100,000 previously enjoyed books are being sold at Nanaimo North Town Centre

Bookworms can rejoice and stock up their home libraries at the annual Rotary Used Book Sale.

The sale by Rotary Club of Nanaimo is on at Nanaimo North Town Centre during mall hours until Sunday, Oct. 21, and raises cash for local Rotary charities and programs as well as some of the organization’s international projects.

Avid readers have an estimated 100,000 books in all genres and titles to peruse in the mall’s centre court, corridors and a storefront.



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