Looking for something to read? An event in Manhattan may just be the thing to help fill up your library.
The Goddard Riverside Center on the Upper West Side is continuing its 29th annual book fair Sunday.
Thousands of donated books are up for grabs at a discounted price.
Proceeds from the sale go toward the center — which provides homeless outreach, elderly support, and tutoring programs for students.
Organizers and attendees say the event is a rewarding experience.
"Great place to buy cookbooks and art books and children's books for the holidays, and also goes to support all the good work that we do in the community," said Steven Russo, executive director of the center.
"Just with the whole common core and working on phonics skills especially for my second grader, it's a little challenge just having him actually go through books and pick books and see his excitement really helps," said one bargain hunter. "For a kid to say they want to go to Barnes and Noble and these are all Barnes and Noble books at a discount price makes it really good."
The fair ends at 5 p.m. Sunday.
For more information go visit the center's web site.