The Portland Public Library is considering a new model to sell books, one that would include an electronic checkout.
The idea comes from a bookseller in Portland who said she wanted to find a new way to bring books to a large audience.
The owner of the bookstore said she was looking for ways to bring people to her store, which has a wide variety of books.
“We’re going to be having a big sale, like a Barnes & Noble or Amazon sale, in November,” said Kristin Davis, the library’s director of community engagement.
She said the library has already purchased more than a thousand books for sale.
It was the first time she’s tried to sell a book through the library.
She said the books were “so expensive” that she couldn’t afford them.
She was told she would have to pay for the books to be delivered to the library, which is located about two hours south of Portland.
“It’s hard for us to get the books we need because it costs a lot,” Davis said.
She added she’s trying to raise money to pay the books off.
The library is looking for people to donate books, but she’s hoping for more donations.
Davis said she’s looking for a way to get books to the people who can’t afford to pay.
The bookstore’s books are a little pricey, Davis said, but the books are always out of stock.
The library is not selling anything from the new book store.
It’s looking at ways to buy the books and deliver them to the community, but Davis said that’s not always possible.
“I’m looking at what’s the best way to do that,” she said.
Davis, who is also the executive director of the Oregon Booksellers Association, said she has not been contacted by anyone to discuss the new plan.
The plan to sell digital books is different than one she had considered for a while.
The books are stored in physical bookshelf cases, so the library will still have to store them at a local library, Davis noted.
She also said the new books will be delivered in the spring.
She has not yet determined the price, but it will be about $1.50 per book.
Davis hopes the new store can be a boon for the local community.
She hopes the bookstore can attract people from all over to buy books at the new rate, which will be cheaper than the prices of the local booksheltas, Davis added.
The new bookstore is scheduled to open this fall.