Readers who can’t get enough books can now put their growing book habit to good use.
The Nashville Public Library began an ongoing book sale fundraiser to help purchase a new book cart for the library.
Library Director Kelsey Schaepperkoetter said donated books are now on display for patrons to purchase.
Schaepperkoetter said the library was interested in acquiring a new cart since the previous one has a tendency to squeak after years of use.
The prices for the fundraisher have suggested costs between 25 cents and a few dollars.
Schaepperkoetter said a cart for the library costs about $500. After that money is raised, she said it may move toward other projects and items needed.
The fundraiser seems to be off to a good start. After its first day, there has been $9 raised for the cause.