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Popular 3-Day Book Fair Returns to Castle Hill!

Choose from over 60,000 Books, CDs, DVDs and Computer Games and help Lifeline save lives

Last year's three-day book fair at Oakhill College proved such a hit that it is now a permanent fixture on Lifeline's events calendar. So make sure you mark your diary for your chance to pick up a bag of bargains among the 60,000 books that will be on sale in over 50 general and specialist categories, including: Art, Military, History & Politics, Science & Technology, SciFi/Fantasy, Crime Fiction, Romance, Memoir & Biography, Literature, Travels & Adventures, Gardening, Craft and Text books. The enormous, diverse collection of reading, picture and popup books for young people — from infants to late-teens — is a special drawcard for families.

 

A breathtaking assortment of special editions will also be on offer on a first-come-first-served basis. Among the rare volumes to be snapped up are:

  • Slipcased classics: War and Peace; The Iliad and The Odyssey; The Greatest Benefit to Mankind

  • Art: The Sistine Chapel; Still Life: A History; monographs on Dali, Henry Moore, Rembrandt, Sydney Parkinson (artist of Cook's Endeavour voyage)

  • Architecture: The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture

  • Natural history: Museum – The Macleays, their Collections and the Search for Order; PRINTED Images in Colonial Australia

  • Australian pictorial history: Old Sydney; Railway Portraits

  • Religion: Treasures of the Buddha

  • Food and cooking: Bush Tucker; David Thompson's Thai Street Food

  • Fashion: The Golden Age of Couture; Fashion – Australian Memories in Black and White

  • Comics: DC Comics – A Visual History

  • Children's: Anatomy – A Cutaway Look inside the Human Body, a miscellany of popup books

  • Stamp, postcard and coin collections
     

    Whether you're a serious book collector, ardent book lover or occasional reader, you will delight in browsing through the staggering array of high-quality items — including CDs and DVDs — on offer at a fraction of retail price.

    Don't miss this fantastic community event and the opportunity to start on some early Christmas shopping and/or to stock up on your summer reading. 'Before coming here I would never have dreamed of giving pre-loved books as gifts, but I've just changed my mind' and 'I can't believe the quality and the amazing prices', are two comments we regularly hear from first-time visitors to our book fairs.

    And remember: every cent you spend will go towards Lifeline H2H's suite of services, including the 24/7 telephone crisis hotline 13 11 14, community aid, and group counselling for people struggling with gambling, hoarding, financial issues, suicide bereavement and much more.

    For more information on Lifeline or the Castle Hill Book Fair, go to www.lifelineh2h.org.au

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    When: Fri 11 to Sun 13 October 2019, 9am–5pm
    Where: Oakhill College Old Northern Road, Castle Hill
    Cost: Free Entry
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