Bluffton Library given 100 children’s books


BLUFFTON — The Brownstone Book Fund, a private foundation in New York interested in fostering early reading, has donated 100 new children’s books to the Bluffton Public Library.

Chosen after recommended by the State Librarian of Ohio, the library will be able to choose 100 children’s books from a variety of authors and in different formats for every young reader due to the gift.

“We are thankful for the generous gift from the Brownstone Book Fund. This support will enable the library to inspire, empower and support children, families and the community,” Bluffton Library Director Jessica Hermiller said.

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