Collect, sort books with Fall Book Frenzy

Click here to register for a time to volunteer for the annual book and media sale benefitting the Hassenfeld Library.
By Jennifer Aaron & Nicole Brod, Fall Book Frenzy Co-chairs

We're calling all book lovers. Fall Book Frenzy planning and preparations are in full swing. Starting Monday, Sept. 16, we will begin collecting gently used books of all sorts, looking especially for children's and young adult selections. Please scan your bookshelves and keep your eyes peeled for our reminders. 

We will need many helping hands to collect, sort, box, shelve books and more. Volunteering is a fun way to get involved early in the school year; please click here to choose a shift or two.

Lastly, please share the word about this huge book sale. All proceeds go to USN's Hassenfeld Library, and we provide discounted books to nonprofit agencies and teachers from a variety of schools. A secondary aim of the sale is to get more books into the greater Nashville community. 

We hope the school year is off to a wonderful start for each of you and that we see you among the stacks of books in September.

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