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In-Kind and Book Donations

Our Wishlist

  • Our book wishlists on Amazon.com
  • Residential refrigerator (Side by Side style preferred, but not necessary)
  • Commercial refrigerator
  • Digital camera
  • Anatex Six-sided Play Cube for library
  • 8.5×11 white paper (recycled preferred)
  • 8.5×11 bright colored cardstock (recycled preferred)
  • #10 mailing envelopes
  • Boxes of tissues
  • Melissa & Doug wooden puzzles (assortment)
  • Magnifying glasses – class set (20 qty)
  • Personal 8×10 white boards – class set (20 qty)
  • Puppets (book/fairytale characters; assorted)
  • Bristle blocks set
  • Magna tiles set
  • Playground balls, footballs, basketballs, soccer
  • Double dutch jump ropes
  • Bingo games (ex. Sight Word Bingo, Addition Bingo, etc.)
  • Lawn trimmer/edger, battery-operated
  • Portable CD player

Book Donation Policy

The Village Learning Place library gladly accepts book donations.  Materials considered for the collection:
•    Must have been published or released within the last two years,
•    Must be in excellent condition, and
•    Must be assessed by our staff as adding value to the library collection.

We regretfully cannot accept the following:
•    Past issues of magazines, including National Geographic,
•    Coloring books or workbooks, or
•    Textbooks, atlases, or encyclopedias.

We recommend donating other materials to The Book Thing or Baltimore Reads. These local non-profits provide books for free to all comers!

Thank you for helping us build a collection of high-quality books for the community!

 

National Library Week Craft, April 2009

Margaret Brent students create a literature-themed craft during National Library Week.