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Bookworms converge on Nanoose Bay

BOOK WORMS CONVERGE ON NANOOSE: Volunteers Chris Barnes, left, and Sandra Dutton showcase just a few of the great reads that were for sale at Nanoose Library’s bi-annual book sale Saturday morning, which saw many book lovers come out to support the library. All books cost $1, with proceeds going to the Nanoose Library.  - CANDACE WU PHOTO
BOOK WORMS CONVERGE ON NANOOSE: Volunteers Chris Barnes, left, and Sandra Dutton showcase just a few of the great reads that were for sale at Nanoose Library’s bi-annual book sale Saturday morning, which saw many book lovers come out to support the library. All books cost $1, with proceeds going to the Nanoose Library.
— image credit: CANDACE WU PHOTO

BOOKWORMS CONVERGE ON NANOOSE: Volunteers Chris Barnes, left, and Sandra Dutton showcase just a few of the great reads that were for sale at Nanoose Library's bi-annual book sale Saturday morning, which saw many book lovers come out to support the library. All books cost $1, with proceeds going to the Nanoose Library.

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