If you've been needing to restock your bookshelf at home, and you find looking at lines of orange-and-white Penguin classics soothing to the soul, then time to strike while the iron is hot — as well as doing some good for charity.
The annual Penguin Random House charity book sale will take place at Collins Square on Tuesday, July 31, with books starting from a mere $4. Entry costs a gold coin, and the proceeds will go towards The Indigenous Literacy Foundation, one of Penguin Random House's charity partners.
Last year, the book sale raised more than $18,000. This year, the aim is to outdo that, so toss your old collection of the Twilight series and stock up on some classics. The sale runs from 8am-3pm or until sold out — head to West Pod at Collins Square to find it.