Thursday, September 29, 2011


Lifeline in Canberra has a Bookfair twice a year and a friend had highly recommended it.  So I went along last Friday.  We timed it perfectly by going just after lunch.  We missed the lineup to get in, and avoided the mad crowds of the weekend.  Hundreds of volunteers sort through thousands of books to categorise and box them ready for the fairs.  The books I saw were good quality and everything seemed to run like clockwork.  You can't go past the prices either - $6 for a trade paperback, $5 for a regular paper, $4 for a hardback.  Part of our haul:

1 comment:

  1. And when you're done reading them, they can go back to Lifeline to be recycled again!