The Friends of the Folsom Library have moved their bookstore to a larger location, previously occupied by the Einstein’s Café, inside the Library rotunda on Stafford Street.

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According to an announcement by the City of Folsom, the recent move enables more items to be displayed, including an expanded children’s section. The bookstore, staffed by volunteers, is expected to increase revenue for the Library’s collections and programs.

The bookstore sells used books, DVDs, CDs, gifts, and cards. It’s located at 411 Stafford Street, Folsom. The expansion is likely to boost the bookstore’s contributions to the Library’s funds.

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With the holiday season coming up, the Friends of the Folsom Library are suggesting patrons gift a membership to their household’s reader or donate in their name. More details are available on their website at at www.folsom.ca.us/library. The official address of the bookstore is 411 Stafford Street, Folsom.

The Friends of the Folsom Library (Friends) is a local non-profit dedicated to supporting the Folsom Public Library. Their website is www.foflib.org, and you can support them by becoming a member, donating money, or volunteering.

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Contact the Friends of the Folsom Library for the latest information about what donations are currently accepted. The Friends used book store is now open Tuesdays and Wednesdays noon to 4 p.m. and Thursdays through Saturdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Your purchase of used books from the book store directly supports library programs, services, and the purchase of new materials for the youth and adult collections at the Folsom Public Library.