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A few years ago, he could find first hand books in the bazaar at cheaper rates, whereas now, stallholders demand high prices for second hand books, said Haider Khan, a book lover.
'Years ago I found this letter from Seamus Heaney inside a 2nd hand book I bought in Belfast.
Being a hand book, it is not exhaustive in its contents.
You find second hand books (as chep as Dh10), and DVDs, and once you set foot on the little space, with it's colourful rugs, and IKEA-type bookcases exhibiting their wares, you're stuck there for the better part of an hour looking past titles you have no time for - Learn knitting in 30 days, anyone?
A second hand book stall will run in Wylam Methodist Church.
There's also a second hand book stall, with proceeds to the upkeep of Ravenscar Village Hall.
The early editions, which are on sale for up to pounds 350, were found among dozens of other books handed in by kind-hearted donors to Oxfam's second hand book store in Harborne High Street.
And instead of turning to the Referee's Hand Book section 14 a (sub titled arrogance), he gave Fulham a penalty, listened to the Arsenal pleas, then consulted his assistant and changed his mind.
There is also the very popular second hand book stall in the Methodist Church, fun runs, egg-throwing and tug of war.
There is also the very popular second hand book stall in the Methodist Church, the adults' and children's fun-run, egg-throwing and tug of war.
Our next step up on the ladder of life was our arrival in the big city where we discovered second hand book stores.