Get into the holiday giving spirit with NLC’s annual book drive!!
“Jake” by Audrey Couloumbis (Yearling, 2011)
Every year, for the last twenty-nine years, Nebraska Library Commission staff collect new or used books for children and teens to be donated to the Salvation Army for their Christmas giveaway for youth in need.
We had some fun with a few donated books that were just perfect for #BookFaceFriday
. Even better they had holiday themes! We just couldn’t resist. One of this week’s #BookFace
models is Talking Book & Braille Service Director, Scott Scholz, who luckily for us, wears a stocking cap regularly to work.
“Olive, the Other Reindeer” by Vivian Walsh (Author), J. otto Seibold (Author, Illustrator) (Scholastic Inc, 1998)
We also got a little help from the downtown Lincoln skyline. Maybe if you’re lucky this Christmas eve, you’ll spot Olive pulling Santa’s sleigh.
Inside spread of “Olive, the Other Reindeer” by Vivian Walsh (Author), J. otto Seibold (Author, Illustrator) (Scholastic Inc, 1998)
The books come from all over. Brought from homes, bought new in stores, or purchased at thrifting excursions, Lincoln City Library’s book sale, or the Scholastic Book Sale.
If you’d like to pitch in, anyone is welcome to drop off donated books. We need them by the end of the day on Dec. 14th, so we can deliver them to the Salvation Army on Friday Dec. 15th.
Love this #bookface
& reading? We suggest checking out all the titles available for book clubs at http://nlc.nebraska.gov/ref/bookclub
Check out our past #BookFace
photos on the Nebraska Library Commission’s Facebook