Singapore Book Exchange 2013

It’s that time of the year again! Time for the annual Singapore Book Exchange organized by the amazing National Library Board (NLB).

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The information I am sharing here is culled from NLB’s Official Website.

Date: Saturday 18 May 2013
Time: 8.30am – 6pm
Venue: The Plaza, National Library Building

3 easy steps to exchange your books for new reads:

  1. Bring your used books* to any NLB Public Library (except library@chinatown) from 27 April to 12 May, 11.00am to 8.00pm. From 12 May to 18 May, used books will be accepted at the Central Public Library only.
  2. Drop off your used books* and get a book exchange coupon indicating a one-for-one exchange for each of the books accepted. In the meantime, you can share your stories about books & reading at the NLB’s facebook page
  3. Bring your coupons to The Plaza, National Library Building, on 18 May to redeem other books.

Terms and Conditions
* Used books for exchange should be in good condition. Adult and children’s fiction and non-fiction books (e.g. cookbooks, travel guides and romance novels) in the four official languages are eligible for exchange. Used library books bought from NLB Library Book Sales are also eligible for exchange. Textbooks, magazines and audio-visual materials will not be eligible for exchange. Each person can exchange up to 50 books. For enquiries, please call NLB Helpdesk at 6332 3255 or email: helpdesk (at) library (dot) nlb (dot) gov (dot) sg.

If you want to find out what my book loot was from last year’s Singapore Book Exchange, click here to find out.

So, will I see you there?

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