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Posted on: January 23, 2013

[ARCHIVED] World Book Night – Be a Giver

Do you want to give away 20 copies of a book as Book Giver to spread the love of reading, person to person? Do you want to be a part of World Book Night U.S. an ambitious global campaign to encourage reading? Then apply now to be a volunteer Book Giver by filling out an application at www.us.worldbooknight.org/. The deadline to apply as a Book Giver is midnight on Friday, January 25, 2013, so don’t delay and remember to select Kearney Public Library as your book shipment pick up location. Titles available for distribution are listed on the World Book Night website.

In the U.S., a half million free books will be handed out in towns and cities across America all on one day, April 23, 2013 – by enlisting volunteer book lovers to help promote reading by going into their communities and personally handing out specially printed copies to light-or non-readers and to those without means or access to printed books.

Join the Kearney Public Library in spreading the love of reading, person to person!

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