Musselman Library's 2008 book sale took place April 1-4 in the Reading Room of the library.
Moving boxes in from off-campus storage
Getting the boxes to the staging area on the main floor
More box unloading
The staging area on setup day
Teresa and Kat moving items to the sales floor
Carrie, Ashlee, and Anna working in the staging area
Paul Weaver, our book sale coordinator
Barb and Mary Jean preparing the sales area
Sarah, Kathleen, and Stephanie sorting books on the sales tables
Kathleen and Sarah sorting
Kathleen, Stepanie, and Tabitha placing books on the sales tables
Anna, Erica, and Ashlee in the staging area
Erica opening some of the boxes
Teresa puts out some fiction
Sarah sets up one of the windowsills
More sorting and staging
Taking a break from setup for some pizza
The setup crew
No early sales! The sales floor is ready to go...
Childrens books and games
Early visitors got the best deals...
...and coffee and donuts!
Checking out the fiction offerings
Perry Bush and Todd Rainey look for bargains in nonfiction
Gerald Mast browsing the religion offerings
Barb is ready at the checkout counter
One of the first sales!
Dean Sally Weaver Sommer browses the sales tables with students
Tig Intagliata finds a few keepers
Lamar Nisly browses the tables
Gerald Mast and Nita Hashbarger find a few bargains
Eric Davis makes some recommendations to Robin Bowlus and Josh Smith
There were even a few freebies...
Low, low prices!
Creative category signs
Several multivolume sets were available
Colin Lasu considers a purchase
Several A/V items were available
Toys, games, and teaching aids under the juvenile literature table
The Bluffton Brass entertained shoppers on Tuesday over the lunch hour
Shopping to good music
Judah finds some good deals
Jeff Boehm shops to the sounds of the Bluffton Brass players
Dave Sawatzky checks out the nonfiction table
Kathleen chats with a customer
Gayle Trollinger finds a few books
Prices reduced for the weekend
Drawing door prize winners
Getting ready for cleanup on Monday morning
Mrs. Earley boxes up the leftovers
Mary Jean working on the leftovers
The Earleys took all of our leftovers. See you in 2010!