Book sale at S. Susanna Library

Prices at book sale begin at 50 cent.

The S. Susanna Library, the English-language lending library in Rome, is holding its next sale of used books from 17-23 June. The sale takes place on Wednesday 17 and 24 June (15.00-18.00), Sunday 21 and 28 June (10.00-12.30) and Tuesday 23 June (10.00-13.00).

Library co-ordinator Tonia White said that the upcoming book sale includes a "fabulous collection of fiction, philosophy, Roman art, art, travel, cookery and children's books, with prices starting from as little as 50 cent."

Attached to the parish of the American Catholic Church in Rome, the library has provided a lending service to Rome’s English-speaking readers for over 40 years, and is operated with the assistance of volunteers.

It is located on the second floor of the building to the right of the Church of S. Susanna, and it houses over 20,000 titles. Its categories include literature, art, religion, archaeology, history, travel, cookery and novels, as well as a children’s section containing many out-of-print classics.

During June and July the library will only be opened on the following days: Sun 10.00-12.30; Tues 10.00-13.00, and Wed 15.00-18.00. In August the library is only open on Sun 10.00-12.30 except for Sunday 16 August, which will be closed for Ferragosto. Please note that in the event of a transport strike, or an Italian or American national holiday, the library will be closed.

To get in contact with the library, email Tonia White at or see the library’s Facebook page.

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Address S. Susanna, Via XX Settembre 15

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Book sale at S. Susanna Library

S. Susanna, Via XX Settembre 15

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