June Book Sale
The June book sale will have a large number of vintage books, all printed before 1940 and a great many from the late nineteenth century. Look for novels written by Dickens, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Robert Louis Stevenson. F. Marion Crawford’s novels, many set in Italy, and his classic weird and fantastic stories can also be found along with books by British novelist Mrs. Humphry Ward.
A collection of early twentieth century physiology books, Latin American nonfiction and reference books (donated by the library) on adult and children’s authors will also be available for sale.
Davis Library Friends
The purpose of the Friends is to assist the Mary L. Stephens Branch in efforts to raise funds, plan for expansion of physical facilities, develop the library's book collection, encourage reading programs for children, and to promote the library as a cultural center for the city of Davis.
Friends of the Davis Public Library make substantial donations to the library, funding children's programs, special events at the library and the purchase of furniture and equipment. In addition, many print and eBooks are bought every year by the library with Friends donations.
Most of these funds are earned through the sale of donated books and magazines. The Friends have six book sales a year at the library as well as an ongoing Friends sale of books and magazines in the Reading Garden Alcove during library hours.
Membership Information. The annual membership fees are listed below. You may join any time in the year for 12 months, or for convenience, join for more than one year.
Join, renew or donate
• Online using buttons below
• Printing, filling out and mailing membership form
• Using envelopes at the Reading Garden Alcove
• At the Book Sale
Student/Senior Member $10.00
Patron/Business Member $50.00
Friends receive a reminder postcard for the book sales and are the first to enter the sale room. Bring the postcard and receive $4 off your purchase.
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Please join us and support our library!