By Gabriella Ciaccio
Every year, the English club sets out big boxes in each academic building for textbook donations. The donations are then sent to an organization called “Better World Books.”
Not every book that is received meets the requirements for the organization, so this year the club decided that it would gather all of these books, plus some more donations from professors and have a book sale.
The sale will be held on April 19 and 20 in Lytle 167 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The English club will be selling book donations as well as baked goods, and there will be free coffee.
“I’m really glad that the English club decided to come through with this event,” said junior Austin Garone. “I will definitely be attending.”
Members of the English club are really excited about this event. Members signed up for 30-minute shifts to work, sell books and enjoy the literature. At the last English club meeting, members wrote some announcements and made flyers.
“There is a great selection of books, and with a purchase, people will receive a goodie bag with our favorite things to have while reading, like hot chocolate, candy and bookmarks,” said Liz Geisinger, English club president.