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Mitcham Rotary SA second hand bookshop

598 Goodwood Road
Daw Park SA 5041

Bookshop opening times

Make Sure You Get to Our Half-Price Book Sale!

Throughout the month of December 2023

ALL Books in the store are for sale at HALF of the marked price. Some great bargains are available. Get to the shop before stocks start to dwindle!

And by the way....Don't forget our "Blind Date With a Book" promotion. These are all top selling titles, but they are wrapped. They include a synopsis on the front so you have some idea of what's in side the parcel. At just $10 each, these make great Kris Kringle or Christmas presents.

Mitcham Rotary Second-Hand Bookshop

Our secondhand bookshop contains well-signed stock, arranged by subject matter for easy access. Some of our sections include fiction, crime, science fiction, biography, Australiana, classics, animals, gardening, crafts, religion, sport, cookery, reference, travel, music , with a very special collections of Children's books and Old Editions. We have DVDs and music CDs as well. Each month we have sections where we showcase the New Arrivals.

Shop Features
  • Kids' Corner with Children's and Teens' novels, favourite classics, activity books and games

  • Fiction

  • Crime

  • Non-Fiction Topics

  • Jigsaws

  • Greeting cards

  • Music, CDs, DVDs

A select of new arrivals into the bookshop
A Community Service

As well as being our major fundraiser, necessary to support the humanitarian and community projects we undertake, the bookshop itself is a community service. We have people from 18-90 years of age dropping in, having a chat, purchasing books and many subsequently become volunteers.

Because we sometimes have an excess of books, or duplicates, we are committed to finding the best use for them. We have several outlets - South Pacific School Aid, Inc. and Books4Lesotho. We have also provided books to the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Street Libraries, Prison Libraries, and the Trinity Baptist Church. Unwanted paperbacks are sent on to a company who turn them into kitty litter - another recycling project.

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