FREEPORT, Ill. (WTVO) — Stateline bookworms had the chance to grab their next read while helping a good cause.
VOICES of Stepehenson County’s Book Nook is holding it’s “fall used book sale.” All proceeds will go to VOICES.
The non-profit provides free services to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse and sexual assault.
Shoppers can find used books, DVDs, records and even puzzles.
All of them are donated by the community.
“It’s just nice, because the customers come in. The customers are excited because they’re getting good to books to read,” said VOICES Book Nook Store Manager, Diane Leverton. “Most of the people that come around are regular customers and most of them know what we stand for. So, a lot of them support us because of the cause itself.”
If interested, you can find the Book Nook in the Freeport Lincoln Mall.
The sale runs through Saturday, November 9th.
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