LIVONIA, Mich. (WXYZ) - The 11th Bookstock, a special used book program with the aim of benefiting literacy and education projects across the metro Detroit area, is wrapping up today.
The program was held from April 21 to 28 at Livonia's Laurel Park Place. Detroit Free Press columnist Rochelle Riley and Detroit News columnist Neal Rubin served as Honorary Co-Chairs.
A pre-sale kicked off Sunday, April 21 at 8:15 am. The pre-sale gave attendees first crack at the more then 100,000 books and other media items on sale.
Bookstock itself will run through Sunday, April 28. It will be open from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. All books are 50 percent off on the closing day.
Over the years, Bookstock has generate more than $800,000 for literacy and education programs throughout Detroit and Oakland County. You can get more information by calling the Bookstock hotline at (248) 645-7840, ext. 365. You can also visit www.bookstock.info .
You can also check out Bookstock on Facebook .