An array of fiction and nonfiction books will be on sale Saturday and Sunday for the Pequot Library's annual Mid-Winter Book Sale.

While hundreds of books will be a feast for the eyes, live blues performances during the sale will be a treat for the ears.

The sale is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days in the library auditorium. Admission is free and all proceeds from sales will benefit the library.

Titles include classics, mysteries, biographies, regional histories and Americana cookbooks -- even comics from the 1970s to 1990s, the library said. A selection of books about Connecticut and New England also will be offered.

Also on sale will be vinyl LP records, CDs, DVDs and other media, the library said in a news release.

The library said it recently received a large donation of vinyl records and expects to offer nearly 2,000 LPs for sale.

During the sale, WPKN-FM will broadcast blues from the library. Songs will be put together for the listener-suppported Bridgeport station by Mark Naftalin, former keyboard player for the Paul Butterfield Blues Band.

Naftalin will perform on the library's Steinway concert-grand piano. Other solo artists and ensembles picked by Naftalin also will perform during an all-acoustic program, according to the release.

If bad weather forces the library to close on either Saturday or Sunday, the sale will conclude next Monday.

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