the library bookstore
open Monday - Saturday, 10am to 4pm
194 Front Street, Bath 443-1161
Gently used books, CDs, DVDs, etc. for all ages are available for purcahse. Donations can be delivered just down the hill from the Library to 194 Front St. where volunteers staff the store for three-hour shifts from 10 – 1pm and 1 – 4pm.
The following items
are available for purchase at the the library bookstore or we would be
The Sesquicentennial of Bath 1847-1997. Published by the Bath Historical Society for the city's sesquicentennial, the book chronicles history through photographs. $10.00
"I am now a Soldier!" : the Civil War diaries of Lorenzo Vanderhoef / edited by Kenneth R. Martin and Ralph Linwood Snow. The personal narrative of a soldier from the 8th Ohio Infantry Regiment offers a worm's eye view of the Civil War. $20.00
Through Their Eyes : Life in Bath Around 1897 (video). Produced by The Times Record, this video focuses on the people who made up the city one hundred years ago through the memories and recollections of today. (45 minutes) $10.00
of "Patten Free Library and Gazebo", an oil painting by James
Poster of "Patten Free library and Gazebo", an oil painting by James Coombs. $20.00
Poster of Centennial of the Patten Free Library 1889-1989, designed by James Edward Stilphen, produced by Bath Iron Works Corporation to honor the library on its 100th anniversary. $5.00
generous sized bags with Friends of Patten Free Library wording and logo.
$10.00 with proceeds benefiting the Friends activities.
© Patten Free Library 2002
Last Updated April 2005