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The City That Reads (Baltimore. Yes, hon, Baltimore.)

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Mar 2, 2011, 7:46am Top

Shop the Annual Walter Johnson High School Used Book Sale Sat & Sun March 5 & 6 from 9am - 2pm at WJHS 6400 Rock Spring Drive in Bethesda.

Browse over 20,000 gently used books in all genres and for all reading levels. These books are 100% community donated and well-sorted into 40+ categories. Includes a great selection of politics & history; literature; children's; art; and collectibles. Fresh inventory every year. This sale will not be previewed.

Also find a wide selection of music CDs, DVD/VHS movies, and audio books. Most items $1-3. Sets and collectibles are specially priced. Cash, Visa/MC and checks accepted, payable to the WJHS All School Booster Club. Proceeds support all extracurricular activities at WJHS. Email usedbooksale@wjboosterclub or call 301-502-0896.

Edited: Mar 3, 2011, 9:18am Top

I don't see why this message has been flagged: a book sale in support of a school seems a useful event to be noted on Library Thing. It is not "commercial solicitation".

Mar 3, 2011, 12:57pm Top

Furthermore, isn't Bethesda in Maryland? Maryland takes up such a small corner of the map that anywhere in Maryland will be within a reasonable driving distance from Baltimore. (Anyone who says otherwise should try driving from Brooklyn to Buffalo and back in under a day.)

Mar 4, 2011, 5:15pm Top

Well, it might be a bit of a trek to the far side of Garrett County, Maryland, but Bethesda is just outside DC, about (?)90 minutes from Baltimore, less from the western parts of Greater Baltimore.


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