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Fork Over Unwanted Books for the 55th VNSA Booksale

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Support the independent voice of Phoenix and help keep the future of New Times free.

From now through early next year, the Volunteer Non-Profit Service Association, which puts on the yearly VNSA Used Book Sale, is accepting your no-longer-needed hardcovers and paperbacks.

The book-buying potpourri -- the largest book sale west of the Mississippi River that will be entering its 55th year -- is scheduled to take place on February 12 and 13, 2011, at Arizona State Fairgrounds' Exhibit Hall, 1826 West McDowell Road.

For more information on how to donate, which includes the scoop on drop-box and pick-up locations, call 602-265-6805 or check out www.vnsabooksale.org.

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