SAVETHE CHIL­DREN

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Local Focus -

IN its 51st year, the Save the Chil­dren book sale is back with a huge range of books, CDs and LPs.

The sale will have 50 dif­fer­ent cat­e­gories of books for sale in­clud­ing fic­tion, science, maths, history, Aus­traliana, bi­ogra­phies, chil­dren’s fic­tion and a new cat­e­gory, ju­nior ref­er­ence.

For mu­sic fans there will be a huge va­ri­ety of pop, clas­si­cal and opera CDs and LPs as well as a good range of sheet mu­sic.

All sale items are of the high­est qual­ity both in con­di­tion and con­tent.

On the week­end, see an ath­lete raise money by us­ing equip­ment to climb the equiv­a­lent of Mt Ever­est.

All money raised is used by Save the Chil­dren in their work for the rights of chil­dren, es­pe­cially those who are dis­ad­van­taged.

The sale be­gins from 5-9pm on Fri­day, Au­gust 14 and runs un­til 3pm on Wed­nes­day, Au­gust 19.

It is held at the Univer­sity of Western Aus­tralia, un­der­neath the clock tower.

For more in­for­ma­tion, email book­salevol­un­teers381@gmail.c om.

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