Gina Vinston stands in a sea of books at the the Jim Graham building at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh Wednesday March 28, 2012. The annual Booksale and Festival of Reading features over 450,000 books along with entertainment and family friendly activities. The sale is open to the public starting Thursday. Vinston was helping friend and Dillard Middle School teacher Joann Blumenfeld acquire books for her classroom. The sale was open Wednesday for teachers in Wake County to get free books for their classrooms or libraries.
Gina Vinston stands in a sea of books at the the Jim Graham building at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh Wednesday March 28, 2012. The annual Booksale and Festival of Reading features over 450,000 books along with entertainment and family friendly activities. The sale is open to the public starting Thursday. Vinston was helping friend and Dillard Middle School teacher Joann Blumenfeld acquire books for her classroom. The sale was open Wednesday for teachers in Wake County to get free books for their classrooms or libraries. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Gina Vinston stands in a sea of books at the the Jim Graham building at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh Wednesday March 28, 2012. The annual Booksale and Festival of Reading features over 450,000 books along with entertainment and family friendly activities. The sale is open to the public starting Thursday. Vinston was helping friend and Dillard Middle School teacher Joann Blumenfeld acquire books for her classroom. The sale was open Wednesday for teachers in Wake County to get free books for their classrooms or libraries. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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