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Six Buffalo & Erie County Public Libraries Receive New Children’s Books From the Brownstone Book Foundation

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Brownstone Book Foundation Award

For Immediate Release:      April 14, 2017  
Information:                          Joy Testa Cinquino, 716-858-7182, testaj@buffalolib.org 

 Six  Buffalo & Erie County Public Libraries Receive New Children’s Books From the Brownstone Book Foundation 

The Buffalo & Erie County Public Library has received a gift of 600 new children’s books thanks to a generous donation from the Brownstone Book Foundation.

 Six libraries in the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library System each received 100 new children’s picture and story books as a result of the gift from the Brownstone Book Fund, a private organization in New York City that promotes early reading and a love of books, encouraging parents and children to read together.

 The following libraries each received 100 children’s books to add to their collections:

Alden Ewell Free Library, 13280 Broadway, Alden
Concord Public Library, 18 Chapel St., Springville
Town of Collins Public Library, 2341 Main St., Collins
North Collins Public Library, 2095 School St., North Collins
Kenilworth Branch Library, 318 Montrose Ave., Town Of Tonawanda
The Library on Wheels Bookmobile 

These libraries are busy community centers which serve a diverse population. Year-round, all Buffalo & Erie County Public Libraries host early literacy and fun reading-themed programs to encourage children of all ages to become lifelong learners. 

For more information call 858-8900 or visit the Library System’s website www.BuffaloLib.org or Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.