Charity Shop Book Hauls

I want to start off by saying if you have never been to a charity shop and purchased a book then you are missing out! I’ve found some great bookish finds in my local charity shops. Just recently I purchased a brand new copy of the toymakers , everless and state of sorrow all hardback. State of sorrow was signed as well! All three of these books cost me £2 each, actually toymakers was £1.50! I have found so many bargains in charity shops not just bookish items but other items too. If you are struggling with money at the moment and have a birthday or event coming up I highly reccomend trying charity shops for dresses and clothing I’ve found so many new items with tags still on! And gifts I’ve found Cath kidston items brand new and Disney items brand new.

I love my charity shop book hunting days though it’s always a nice surprise when you find a book on your wishlist for a quarter of the price! It also helps out the charities and you can also give back and unhaul some of your old books you no longer want to these wonderful book finds going in charity shops and for others to appreciate something you may not want anymore, to them it may be a little bookish gem!

If you’ve ever found any great bargain books let me know! I think in the US a charity shop is a thrift store.

Anyway Happy book shopping wherever you shop! I hope you find some bargains xoxo


3 thoughts on “Charity Shop Book Hauls

  1. I’ve been going to charity shops to buy books for as long as I can remember and I still love it! I recently went into one locally and found a brand new copy of Queen of Air and Darkness for £1.99!! I also found the first two books in the Kingkiller Chronicles in one for about £3 for the two! Great post!

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    1. That’s amazing! I love going in and not knowing what I will find. Makes me so happy when I find a hidden book gem! I’m glad you love charity shops as well 🙂

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  2. I love charity shops but I end up buying so many. I went to a charity book fair one year and still haven’t read all the books I bought.


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