People loaded their old paperbacks and hardcovers into their cars and made the trip to the Victoria Curling Club to drop them off for the annual Times Colonist Book Drive.
The book drive takes place all weekend.
Volunteers are unloading boxes and bags of books from people’s vehicles, and loading them into shopping carts in preparation for the hugely popular sale.
The annual event takes place at the end of this month.
People are asked to donate good-quality used books, no magazines, textbooks or encyclopedias.
The Times Colonist’s Bob Taylor says the book sale is a successful fundraiser.
“We raise the funds for project literacy, for school libraries, with anything that has to do with teaching literacy to people.”
There’s still time to drop off your used books.
Just head to the Victoria Curling Club Sunday, entering off Pembroke Street, between 9 and 3:30.
The 19th TC book sale takes place April 30th and May first.