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Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Library fines reduced for those who donate books

NORFOLK

Book lovers, take note.

The Norfolk Public Library is offering to help pay down the fines of patrons who bring in used copies of best-selling books.

The library will give coupons worth $3 off library fines in exchange for one of the top 15 titles on the current New York Times fiction best-seller list.

The books, which must be in good condition, can be brought to the circulation desk. Book donors will also receive a receipt for their tax-deductible donation.

- Calvin Hennick

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