Filled with endless resources, exciting books, and a quiet place to study, the Brentwood Library offers another unique opportunity for youth readers: a used book shop. Located on the second floor of the library, the used book shop offers a variety of books at a cheaper price compared to other stores.
For readers who are quick to finish the newest novel, the second-floor shop offers an affordable solution to those looking for new books at a lower cost. Affordable books are not only convenient, but essential to widening opportunities for students across Brentwood.
“Books are a gateway to knowledge. By making them affordable, it gives many people an opportunity to learn,” explained Yzabella Reyes, a senior at Heritage High School.
Not only does the used book shop support student readers, the funds are used to expand the library’s resources including books and additional resources available at the local library. By supporting the used book store, one also supports the community library. To donate used books and materials, call (925) 513-9414 to make an appointment.
– Olivia Johnson is a senior at Heritage High School