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Hours: 1st and 3rd Saturday (Nov through March)
10:00 - 2:00pm

Watch for our sign—we will be open both Fridays and Saturdays when some special events are going on in town.

The Final Chapter  

Books and movies constantly cycle in and out as the inventory changes with each new sale date.

Fiction selections are alphabetized by author’s last name . . . easy to find your favorites.

We look forward to starting our third full season with an exciting inventory. We accept donations on a constant basis from our residents and friends and are proud to stock some of the best selling fiction authors in today's market in both hardback and paperback. Also on our shelves, a good selection of biographies, cookbooks, health, and many other nonfiction topics as well as movies on DVD and VHS, Music on CD and cassette.

If you love to read, Come on down! We're located right beside the library on Plomosa Rd.



Many thanks to our Bouse residents and winter visitors for their continuous support through donations of Hardbacks and Paperbacks—Fiction and Non-fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy, and a variety of other subjects! Our inventory changes weekly!

Special thanks go out to Desert Gold RV Park in Brenda for their generous donations as they rotated books from their inventory over the summer! And to Friends member, Deedee Runner, for transporting them to be sorted and worked into our inventory

Inventory at the Final Chapter also includes: DVD and VHS Movies, Music CDs and Cassettes, Books on CDs and Cassettes, Magazines.

First opened in November, 2014, THE FINAL CHAPTER provides an outlet to sell “experienced” books and other items donated to the Friends of the Bouse Public Library or to recycle used books weeded from the Library itself.  Operated by Friends’ volunteers, its purpose is to raise funds to help maintain and purchase books and other services for the Library. The name was the result of a naming contest held by the Friends that was won by local resident, Connie Blackburn.