The Friends of the Hudson Area Library invites you to join them in supporting the Library’s Adopt a Book Program during the month of April! During their special April Adopt a Book campaign, the Friends will contribute $5 towards each adopted book, so that participants can select a book for the Library’s collection for a donation of $10! Just like the Library’s ongoing Adopt a Book program, donors will be able to read the book they choose first when it arrives at the library and the book will have a commemorative bookplate with their name or the name of a special someone in their life.
To adopt a book in the month of April, make a donation to the Hudson Area Library of $10 per adopted book and the Friends will pay the difference! In order to make your selection, either review the list of suggested adoptable books at the front desk of the library, or view the list on the Library’s Adopt a Book page. Explore the great selection of new or soon-to-be released fiction and non-fiction books for adults, including Michael Pollan’s Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation; Montaro Caine, the first novel from actor and director Sidney Poitier; The Redeemer, the latest thriller from Jo Nesbo; and The Silver Star, a work of literary fiction from acclaimed memoirist Jeanette Walls.
This is a great opportunity for everyone to get involved, use your love of books to make a difference, and see exactly where your donation is going. An adopted book is a gift that can be opened and read, again and again.
For more information on this program and to view our selection list, please visit the Hudson Area Library’s Adopt a Book page!