Featuring over 80,000 books!


The Book Sale will be held on the following days:

Saturday    June 3            10 am – 12 noon        Preview ($20 fee)

                                               12 noon – 5pm            Free admission

Sunday        June 4           12 noon – 5 pm

                                                                         All shoppers, $5 off first $15

Monday       June 5           12 noon – 5 pm          Reduced Pricing

Tuesday      June 6            10 am – 1 pm             Box Sale $5

**Extensive Rock & Roll collection–books and CD’s**



Outstanding Collections:

  • Verve magazine; Leo Leonni folio
  • 4-volume set of The Life of Jesus Christ by Tissot with author’s inscription in French
  • Large psychology collection
  • Treasured 18th and 19th century literature
  • Collection of hardback plays many with playbills
  • First edition children’s literature and picture books
  • Extensive Hardy Boys collection
  • Vinyl, CDs, DVDs.
  • Large collection of books on entertainment industry, music, and the arts
  • Vintage magazines
  • Amazing science fiction from 40s and 50s
  • Old maps and pamphlets
  • Postcards
  • Roycroft
  • Globes
  • Disney
  • Large collection Slovak and Czech; also German, French, and Spanish
  • Interesting dictionaries
  • English grammar and writing materials
  • Signed first editions
  • Zane Grey collection
  • Large mystery collection
  • 1st edition Sula, Toni Morrison
  • Huge military collection with many Civil War books
  • Game of Go collection
  • Large collection woodworking books
  • Collection of gun and knife books
  • Thousands of cookbooks
  • Laserdisc collection
  • Puzzles and games
  • Many birding books from specific geographic regions
  • Metallurgy book collection
  • Graduate-level math
  • Booktique nonfiction with a good history and science selection




You can drop them off at  10620 Cedar Avenue, between Fairhill and E. 105th, from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday. Please go to the package delivery dock on Cedar and ring the bell. You are responsible for unloading your owns boxes. Pick-ups can be arranged for those who have eight (8) or more boxes of books.

At this time we are not taking encyclopedias, magazines, journals, or textbooks in the social sciences that are more than three years old. For additional information, or to arrange a pick-up, please contact the Siegal Lifelong Learning office at 216-368-2090.