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Books in many languages for all ages

The Book Stand is truly international. For rock-bottom prices we sell fiction in many languages and non-fiction on every conceivable subject from Art to Travel and beyond. We have an excellent reference section with language courses and dictionaries, a ‘Motley’ section full of surprises, plus collections of drama, cookery, cinema and gardening, to name just a few.

For collectors (or Christmas shoppers) we have a wonderful array of first editions and beautiful books, which we research and sell at about one third of their market value. Thus you get a bargain and we make a little more for charity.

For added convenience, you can safely leave your Bazaar shopping with us while you enjoy the rest of the stands.

If you have a passion for books and would like to volunteer to work on the Book Stand, please contact Sue Dunlop at . Please see the list below of who is able to receive, or pick up, your generous donations.

If after stocking up at the Bazaar you still find empty spots on your bookshelves, don’t despair! We’re going to do it all again in the Spring!

Book Stand collection points for donated books

Luxembourg City: Sue Dunlop, 43 85 22;
Luxembourg City: Vladimir Broz, 42 21 32 or 621 285 080
Bridel: Cathie Parker, 33 35 23;
Eastern Luxembourg: Jane Wickens, 87 96 74;
Eisenborn: Linda Woodhall, 78 96 11;
Junglinster: Sally Forwood, 26 78 03 65;
Keispelt: Celia James, 30 51 57;
Medingen: Mieke Krieps, 35 87 89 or 691 358 789;

We welcome books in any language

However, we ask that you do not donate textbooks, computer or other manuals, magazines or old travel guides (more than 10 years old, except if they are historic). Thank you very much.

Deadline: 25 NOVEMBER

You can also download the list of collection points in PDF format: