The S. Susanna English language lending library in Rome is holding one of its popular book sales from Wednesday 27 February.
The sale hours are Wednesday 15.00-18.00, Thursday 10.00-13.00, Friday 13.00-16.00 and Sunday from 10.00-12.30. The library's coordinator Tonia White reminds regulars and newcomers that the library is no longer open on Saturdays. White told Wanted in Rome that the book sale would continue for about three weeks "but as usual the best books always go in the first couple of days".
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. Housing 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.
Attached to the parish of the American Catholic Church in Rome, the library is located on the second floor of the building to the right of the Church of S. Susanna, at Via XX Settembre 15. For details on membership or to volunteer at the library, contact Tonia White at firstname.lastname@example.org.