The Upper Arlington Public Library Friends began its summer book sale Sunday and will continue the sale for two weeks, through Labor Day.

The Upper Arlington Public Library Friends began its summer book sale Sunday and will continue the sale for two weeks, through Labor Day.

There will be no sale on Sunday, Sept. 6, when the library will be closed for the holiday, but it will resume on Labor Day (when the library will still be closed) and end that afternoon.

The sale will be held in the atrium just beyond the circulation desk near the entrance to the library, 2800 Tremont Road. Parking will be available in the library lot except on Labor Day, when the lot is reserved for exhibitors at the Labor Day Arts Festival in Northam Park.

Last year's summer sale brought in more than $11,300, according to publicity chair Lou Fabro.

Most books in the sale are in good to excellent condition and sell for $2 for hardbacks and 50 cents for paperbacks. Better quality paperbacks go for $1. Prices for children's and young adults' books range from 25 cents to $1.

In addition, there will be a good selection of videos, audiotapes and long-playing phonograph records.