If your New Year's resolution is to read more books in 2023, then Pryor, Oklahoma, has THE event for you! The town's annual used book sale, Booklahoma, will take place January 20 and 21 this year.

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What's great about this book sale is that everything is available for just $10 a bag. You heard that right. You can take yourself several big, brown Braum's shopping bags, fill it up with books and only pay $10! You can't find that deal anywhere else. Plus, you're giving used books a new home.

Peruse several genres in one place!

Booklahoma will have all kinds of genres for whatever you're looking for. If you're into romance novels, you can fill up your bags to your heart's content. You have an obsession with anything mystical or sci-fi, there will be books galore for you. Or you're a history buff looking for your next deep dive, you'll definitely find what you're looking for at Booklahoma.

Cookbooks? You're darn tootin'.

Children's books? Bring the whole family because there's something for everyone!

Booklahoma is a cash-only event!

Before you head up to Pryor, Oklahoma, make sure you stop by the ATM because Booklahoma only accepts cash. But don't worry if you forget, there's an ATM across from the parking lot at the event.

This big sale only take place once a year!

You have plenty of time to start making your plans, or strategy, to get all of your books to read in the new year! Booklahoma will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily January 20 and 21 at the Graham Community Center in downtown Pryor, Oklahoma. Remember to take your big Braum's sacks! But if you forget, bags will also be available for purchase.

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