Generous donations of gently used books and dedicated volunteers power our programs for getting books into the hands and homes of Winters community members. Proceeds from book sales help fund our literacy programs.
WFoL provides used books for sale at the library, online at our Book Store, and at events with our Mr’s Gildart’s Bookcart.
Shop for books during regular library hours or check the events calendar for upcoming dates. Click the button to shop at our WFoL Friends Amazon Bookstore.
Tidy up your home and promote literacy in Winters. The books your kids have outgrown are needed now! Marie Kondo says, “Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to spark the joy of reading in our young neighbors.” No, she didn’t really say that, but it is true nonetheless.
We especially need:
- sturdy books for babies and toddlers
- books for emerging readers, levels 1, 2, 3
- easy chapter books such as Magic Tree House, 13 Clues, A-Z Mysteries
- series such as Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Series of Unfortunate Events, Wimpy Kid
- Spanish and bilingual books for all levels of readers
- Nonfiction for all reading levels
Winters Friends of the Library thanks all of the people who have donated books so generously to us over the years.
We haven’t been able to accept any books since the Winters Community Library closed due to COVID. Good news! We will be accepting donations with certain restrictions soon. To donate books an appointment must be scheduled.
Donors must schedule their deliveries with WFoL ahead of time.
- To schedule an appointment, please call Revalee at 707 529 8873
- Donors may not leave boxes of books outside the building.
- We cannot accept books that are soiled or damaged.
- We cannot accept textbooks or encyclopedia sets.
- We are no longer accepting dvds, cds, or magazines.
Take a Book, Leave a Book
WFoL Little Free Libraries are another way we help get books into the homes of our community.