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FOR SALE: City Mission Bookfest volunteer Fred Todman with a rare copy of Wildflowers of Kings Park. Picture: Paul ScamblerGenerous Launcestonians donated some extremely rare books to this year’s City MissionBookfest held at the Door of Hope.
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Volunteer Fred Todman was charged with the task of caring for the collectable books.Published in Western Australia, Wildflowers of Kings Parkwasone of 250 copies.

“It is a very rare limited edition, it is a signed copy of both the photographers and the artist,” Mr Todman said.

“I like to research books, find out what they’re worth and I am just interested in finding out why books become popular,” hesaid.

DICKENS: A Tale of Two Cities published in 1920. Picture: Paul Scambler

Melissa Holden said her sonsArchie,1,and Ed, 3,eagerly picked out their favourite books.

“Both the boys just love books, so we thought this was a good opportunity to get heaps,” Ms Holden said.

Bookfest coordinator Gill Todman had a new batch of booksfor Saturday.Children’s books werethe most popular.

“Fiction is the best seller, non-fiction is slow but it is all clearing,” Ms Todman said.

Unsure of how many books they’d sold over the two-day event, Ms Todman was confident they’d had more than 2000 customers through the doors.

“[The money]all goes back into the community, every single penny,” Ms Todman said.“I want to thank all our customers and volunteers.”

All money raised is donated toCity Mission.

READING TIME: Archie Holden, 1, with his brother Ed Holden, 3 and dad, Rod Holden pick out their favourite books. Picture: Paul Scambler

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