Every year when we go to Sebago Maine I hot-foot it up to the Naples library! They have a really nice ongoing book sale in their basement. The funds from it help restock their shelves upstairs.
Isn't their building lovely! A gorgeous old home.
All these shelves are books for sale. I've always had wonderful luck finding Scottish authors here too! This year I picked up a re-release of Ian Rankins very first book, two Isla Dewar's and six Alexander McCall Smith's!
Also found an Elisabeth Ogilvie I didn't have! And two lovely Sarah Orne Jewett books. I'm slowly reading The Country of the Pointed Firs now. She is from Maine and her books are full of lovely descriptions of Maine landscapes and life. Her family home is a museum and I would love to go someday. Margaret's Peace is set in Maine. Never heard of the author though. Paula Spencer by Roddy Doyle is the sequel to The Woman Who Walked into Doors, which I read and enjoyed.
I was lucky to find three Charles Wysocki puzzles in a couple different junk stores too! One of them is one I've been looking for quite a long time, The Lobster House! Can't wait for winter to get here to get started on puzzles again!
Notice the cardboard behind the puzzles? My house is full of boxes of kitchen cupboards and doors again. They've been sitting here for 2 weeks now waiting on the installer to come back and replace warped ones. Will it ever be done?!