2018 Book Sale

AAUW Walla Walla 43nd Annual Book Sale
February 16-18, 2018

 

Mark your calendars for the 43nd annual AAUW (American Association of University Women) Book Sale, February 16-18, 2018 at the Marcus Whitman Hotel, 6 W. Rose St., in Walla Walla. The sale features a huge selection of paperback and hardcover fiction and non-fiction books, children’s books, DVDs and CDs, as well as collectibles (fine bindings, antique and autographed editions). It’s a great place to indulge your own passion for reading or find great gifts, such as coffee table books, cookbooks, golden oldies or the latest best seller.

Prices are $.50 for children’s books, $2.50 for paperbacks, $4.00 for hardbacks, and audio books are $4.00. DVDs and CDs are $1.00. The Collectible Books section features rare, collectible and gift books priced individually. Children each receive one free book of their choice from our extensive children’s section. Credit and debit cards are now accepted, in addition to checks and cash.

The Book Sale fills the ballrooms at the hotel to capacity with thousands of books organized into 40 well-marked categories including fiction, history, cookbooks, self-help, biographies, military history, religion, western fiction, art, local history, science fiction, sports, animals and much more. One new category, Cool Old, was recently added. These books are primarily vintage hardback fiction that are not quite valuable enough for the Collectible Books section, but have that old-book look and are a very interesting variety of titles.

Proceeds fund scholarships for local women returning to college, and local educational projects and events. For information and applications for the AAUW Walla Walla Scholarship Program, go to the Scholarships & Grants section of this website.

To donate books to the Book Sale, or for more information, please call 509-386-0421, 509-520-8147, or 509-386-9369.

The Book Sale is sponsored in part by the Automotive Technology, the Walla Walla Community College Commercial Truck Driving Program, the John Deere Program, and the Women’s Basketball Team.