Friends of the Litchfield Park Library
The Friends Bookshop is open, please drop by the library to visit our shop.
Friends is a national organization of volunteers dedicated to libraries and the people who use them. Friends work to expand and enlarge the scope and service that the library provides to its patrons. The Litchfield Park Library is a branch of the Maricopa County Library District. The Litchfield Park Friends group was chartered in 1995.
The primary goal of the Litchfield Park Library friends is to raise money to help in providing additional program assistance to the staff of the Litchfield Park Library. The secondary goal is the promotion of reading and literacy. The main source of funding is the sale of books that have been discarded by the county library system along with books that have been donated to the Friends . These books are sold in the Friends Corner in the library's reading room, which is located in the back right corner of the library.
Hardbacks are $1.00
Children's Books $1.00 for hardback and $.50 for paperback
Paperbacks are $.50
DVD's and Audiobooks are $1.00
There are also a few specially priced books that are individually labeled.
Payment is made at the front desk of the library, cash only.
What our members are reading:
Horatio Hornblower series by C. S. Forester
A Burning by Megha Majumbar
The Lane Winslow series by Iona Whishaw
White Houses by Amy Bloom
Liberation by Imogen Kealey Rodham by Curtis Sittenfeld
The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson
U.S. Grant's Memoirs
Confessions of a Bookseller by Shaun Bythell
Her Last Flight by Beatriz Williams
The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner
You Just Don't Understand by Deborah Tannen
Middlemarch by George Eliot
One Minute Out (Gray Man Series) by Mark Greaney
Hour of the Assassin by Matthew Quirk
The Boy From the Woods by Harlan Coben
Warsaw Protocol by Steve Berry
The Summer House by Brendan Dubois
Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus
We take all quality donations; no textbooks, no encyclopedias, no old computer manuals, VHS tapes, cassette tapes, educational items, and no soiled/grimy books, please. Donations can be taken to the Litchfield Park Library, the staff at the front desk can receive the items.