Black Friday at SLPL

Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is traditionally the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. The moniker may have roots in the custom of how companies record business transactions: losses are recorded in red and profits are recorded in black. Many retailers depend on healthy holiday sales to turn a profit, and the Friday after Thanksgiving is often the date that merchants are finally in the black for the year.

Unlike stores that advertise Black Friday and the myriad pre-holiday sales to entice consumers to patronize their stores early and often, libraries offer customers unbeatable value every day of the year. Apply now for a library card for instant access to the following bargains at the St. Louis Public Library branch nearest you:

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