Give the Gift of Reading to a South Jersey Child This Holiday Season

Give a child the gift of reading just in time for the holidays during the Camden County Library System’s Books for Kids Holiday Campaign.

Starting today, libraries around Camden County will have bins designated for gently used or new books. These donations will be given to children of all ages through the Camden County Children’s Services Department. The library system asks that books be provided in very good condition without inscriptions or plates displaying an organization’s name.

Camden County Library System’s director Linda Devlin emphasized the importance of book donations. “You can help to foster and develop a love of reading in children throughout Camden County who may not have enough books at home to read,” Devlin said in a statement.

The eight branches (Bellmawr, Cruz-Perez, Ferry Avenue, Gloucester Township, Haddon Township, Merchantville, South County and Voorhees) will be accepting donations through December 6.

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