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Leisure Reading Collection Donations via Amazon Wish List

The joys of reading are known to all and we hope to pass this on to students through this emphasis on reading for pleasure.

  • The Leisure Reading Collection is made up of current fiction and non-fiction titles that are considered to be of current and lasting interest.
  • The items on the Kuhn Library's Amazon Wish List are titles that the Library is interested in obtaining but does not have the financial resources to purchase.

How do I participate?

It's very easy! Just click on the Amazon.com Wish List button below, then select and purchase a book on the Wish List.

Albin O. Kuhn Amazon Wish List

  • The cost of the item that you purchase will be charged to your credit card
  • Please designate the item as a gift at checkout in order to get credit for your donation.
  • A gift note box will open on the Amazon page. Please add your name and address so that we can thank you for your gift.
  • All books added to the collection will be bookplated with the donor's name.
  • If you would like to donate a book from the list "in honor of" or "in memory of" someone, please include that information in the gift note at checkout.
  • The item is then shipped directly to Kuhn Library
  • Sources of Kuhn Library Wish List: Washington Post book reviews, recommendations, New York Times book reviews

Click here to see the Leisure Reading Collection Complete Title List

Thank you so much for your donation to the Albin O. Kuhn Library Leisure Reading Collection!

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See Also: Friends of the Library & Gallery

For questions or further information about either book ordering or donating materials, please contact the Collection Management office at 410-455-2341 or Collection Management.

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