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Bookfest coordinator Sam Mayfield (left) and Lifeline CEO Sue Llyod are encouraging people to grab some bargains during Bookfest.

Whether youre looking for a dictionary or a Charles Dickens novel, youll be able to pick it up on the cheap during the annual Lifeline Bookfest, which runs from this Saturday, May 20, to Tuesday, May 23.

Bring a box along if you cant resist a bargain, because all childrens books and magazines are just 20 cents and fiction books are only 50 cents, plus theres a huge range of non-fiction books, records, videos, CDs and tapes to choose from.

You never know what wonderful treasures you might find and half the fun is hunting for that special book, said Lifeline CEO Sue Lloyd. Bookfest is one of our major fundraisers and last year we raised $5000, money which goes straight back into helping local people in need.

Bookfest will be held at the Lifeline Northern Rivers Distribution Centre at 23 Three Chain Road, South Lismore. On Sunday all non-fiction books will be half price, and on Monday and Tuesday all leftover books will be sold for $5 a bag... so get in quick.


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