Friends of the Brookline Library
The Friends is a non-profit organization formed more than thirty years ago to foster close relations between the Public Library of Brookline and its users. We support the Library’s staff and services in order to enhance patron experiences. In addition to running an ongoing used book sale, our activities include sponsoring educational and cultural programming for adults, teens and children, conducting ESL-related classes, promoting Library staff development, and partnering with other organizations to benefit the community at large.
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Interested in donating books to the Friends of the Brookline Library?
The Friends conduct an ongoing book sale at all three Brookline libraries including at two locations at the Brookline Village location (in the lobby and downstairs near the information desk). We feature former library items and donated items.
- Fiction: 500+ hardcover and paperbacks arranged alphabetically by author.
- Nonfiction: Business biographies, histories, criticisms, how-to , etc.
- Children’s and Special Features: in bookcase and cart on right side of lobby.
- Other Items: Magazines, books-on-tape, books-on-CD, DVDs, videotapes, music tapes, records & CDs.
- Special Sets
Prices range from $1 for most hardback and trade paperback books, to pocket change for magazines and children’s books, with special pricing for CD’s, DVD’s and other items.
Click here for our 2017 Annual Newsletter and come to our upcoming annual meeting on June 7, 2017. Doors open at 6:30 pm.
8/11/16: Read the Brookline Tab’s feature about the Library’s Artist-in-Residence program, a pilot project funded by the Friends.
Connect With Us
To join the Friends or donate online, please do so via Network For Good.
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Click the links below to view full video recordings of past annual meetings.
2016 Annual Meeting with guest speaker B.A. Shapiro, author of The Muralist.
2017 Annual Meeting with guest speaker Anthony M. Amore, author of The Art of the Con: The Most Notorious Fakes, Frauds, and Forgeries in the Art World.