There Are Tax Benefits to Donating Books to Your Library

Sometimes the quietest moment can speak volumes. So it is when you step into a bookstore or library, but have you ever wondered what happens to the used books in your community or the fate of old books at your local public library?

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Book Review For Library – An Unquiet History by Matthew Battles

Library: An Unquiet History is a short, compact volume on the history of libraries throughout the ages. At the time the book was published, author Matthew Battles worked for Houghton Library and the rare-books library at Harvard.

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Learn Fixer-Upper Skills – Part 2 – Learn From The Past And Build A Repair Book Library

In a previous article I discussed learning fix-up skills by 1) trying to do repairs as you encounter them and using your investment fixer-upper house as a “practice” house; and, 2) by taking community college classes in the construction trades.

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