14 1of14A line forms for the opening of the Annual Gigantic Book Sale at the Wilton Library on Sunday, April 28. Show MoreShow Less 2of14Barbara Quist stocks books at Wilton Library’s Gigantic Book Sale . Show MoreShow Less 3of14 4of14Sebastian England,5, of Wilton checks out books at the sale. Show MoreShow Less 5of14Karen M. Kelly looks though the selection of books. Show MoreShow Less 6of14 7of14A young visitor checks out a book. Show MoreShow Less 8of14More than 80,000 books were for sale at Wilton Library's Annual Gigantic Book Sale. Show MoreShow Less 9of14 10of14Books for sale included a wide variety of genres for adults, teens and children. Show MoreShow Less 11of14Children's books are always popular at the sale. Show MoreShow Less 12of14 13of14The book sale is one of the most important fundraisers for Wilton Library. Show MoreShow Less 14of14 — Bryan Haeffele photos for Hearst Connecticut Media The rainy weekend proved to be perfect weather for Wilton Library's annual Gigantic Book Sale as large crowds visited from Saturday through Tuesday, April 27-30. The fundraiser is one of the most important for the library. More than 80,000 items in new or nearly new condition in more than 50 categories filled the Brubeck Room, main gallery and Book Cellar. On Saturday, the Wilton Rotary Club sold hot dogs and beverages to hungry shoppers.