Book stall

a stand or stall, often in the open air, for retailing books.

See also: Book

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Tenders are invited for tr book stall in check-in-area ground floor at b.
Sponsor The Book Stall will have books on sale at the event, which is free and open to the public.
The celebrations featured traditional 'jhoomar', 'Daachi dance', display of centuries old 'Naqahi' and camel art work stall and a book stall.
There will be a raffle, sales table, book stall and bring and buy.
He further said an illegal book stall and a taxi stand at the chowk set up with the alleged permission of municipal committee was another hurdle in the flow of traffic.
Many of visitors were complaining about visa card swiping,'I have to pay Rs10,000 but book stall holder said that he has no this facility,' said Abdul Rehman, the same complain Arshi Abbas had that she had to pay Rs5300 but there was no card charging facility.
A cake stall, tombola, raffle and book stall will also be staged.
There were readings from local writers, a children's storytelling session inside a tipi, a book stall and the chance for visitors to create their own poems.
Members of Bannatyne's Health Club held a book stall at the club in the Parkway Centre and raised PS840 for the charity.
There will be a bouncy castle, candy floss stall, face painting, raffle, tombola, silent auction, craft stall, cake stall, book stall and a visit from a local police car for the kids to see what it is like to be in one.
The father of three ran a Dawah, Islamic book stall, on Longsight market in Manchester to spread the word of Islam, with the help of co-defendants Matthew Newton, 29, and Israr Malik, 23.
There will be a toy and children's book stall and tea and coffee from 10am onwards, organised by the Felin Sgwrsio committee.