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  Sedona Public Library
3250 White Bear Rd
Sedona AZ 86336
928.282.7714
 
SPL In The Village
Tequa Plaza
Suite C102
7000 SR 179
Sedona AZ 86351
928.284.1603
Friends of the Library Book Sale

Sedona Library Book SaleAttention bargain hunters and book lovers! The annual Spring Book Sale, sponsored by the Friends of the Sedona Library, is right around the corner. 

  • Preview Night: April 19, 5:30 - 8:00 PM
    For Friends of the Library, invited guests, staff and volunteers. 
  • Book Sale Dates: April 20 - 29, regular Library hours, plus Sundays from noon - 5:00 PM. For the general public.

For less than the price of a single hardcover book, you can join the Friends of the Library. To print out a membership form click here or pick up an application at the Library.

No Fines During National Library Week April 9 - 14

Sedona Public Library will offer a fine-free week during the celebration of National Library Week. No fines will be charged on overdue items returned from Monday, April 9 through Saturday, April 14.

 

This is our way of saying "thank you" to the community for supporting the Library through volunteer hours, donations of books and other items, and financial contributions.  Sedona Public Library is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, which relies on the community for support.

Author Visit April 9

Award-winning writer and editor Lynda Exley is coauthor of "Arizona Way Out West & Wacky," which was named the 2012 OneBookAZ for Kids. 


Lynda will be visiting us Monday, April 9, to discuss some of Arizona's zaniest legends, humorous history and fun factoids. Join us for games, prizes, and giveaways at 1:30 PM in the Library's Si Birch Community Room.

Visitor's Blog: "Stunning Sedona Public Library"

Circulation DeskDuring the Library's annual quilt show, Justine Shaffner of Colorado visited Sedona.  In a recent email to us, she wrote:


"Thank you for being so helpful and welcoming when I visited your library in January.  I just published the blog post on Sedona Public Library... Best wishes and congratulations on building a truly gorgeous library that is obviously a great source of community pride."


We were delighted with Justine's post, which captured a typical day, and invite you to read her description of our "stunning library."

New Collection at the Library
A new collection of MP3 CD audiobooks is now available for check out.

MP3 CDs look like regular CDs and can be played on CD players that are marked as MP3 CD compatible, including CD players in cars.

The advantage of this audiobook format is that an entire book fits on one disc!  The collection is located in the Library at the beginning of the CD book section.
News from Sedona Public Library in the Village

Hopi SummerJoin the community book discussion of "Hopi Summer: Letters from Ethel to Maud," by Carolyn O'Bagy Davis, on Wednesday, April 25.  The program begins at 1:30 PM at Sedona Winds, 405 Jacks Canyon Road.  Books are available at SPL-V.


If you are interested in attending a Kindle workshop at SPL-V, please contact Cheryl Yeatts at 928-284-1603 or email voc@sedonalibrary.org.  For other e-reader workshops at Sedona Public Library, check the online events calendar.

Reading Options for Individuals with Visual Impairment or Physical Limitations

Talking Books (and equipment to play them) are loaned to anyone who cannot hold, handle or read conventional printed matter due to vision loss or physical disability.


An application for this free library service is available at Sedona Public Library or by contacting the Arizona State Braille and Talking Book Library at 602-255-5578 or 800-255-5578.  The application can also be found on their website


Read a recent library column to find out about additional services offered by the Talking Book Library.

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