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Go Green & Support the Community - Donate Books!
Cobb Friends of the Library encourages you to go green and donate your books!
The Friends of the Cobb County Public Library System, a nonprofit group whose activities benefit the library system, is requesting that you recycle your gently used books by donating them to the Cobb County Public Library System. Donations from the public support the ongoing and special book sales held by the Friends, which in turn support the library system’s book budget. Some items are also added to the library’s collection. Items in high demand include popular fiction titles and children’s books. Items may be
dropped off at any location of the Cobb County Public Library System, and all donations are tax-deductible.
Drop off your donation any time during regular library hours! We're always accepting donations. For more information about the Friends of the Library and how you can donate books to the organization, please visit http://www.cobbcat.org/Friends.html
or call Patty Latch at (770) 528-2342.
More About Cobb County Public Library System
The Cobb County Public Library System operates a central library and 16 branches across the county and employs a lending system that allows county residents to reserve, borrow and return books and other materials from any branch. CobbCat, the system's online computer database, has replaced most of the traditional card catalogs. Alexandra Beswick is the current central branch librarian.
The central library, which opened in September of 1989 at this location, has 40 computers available for public use. It has more than 300,000 items with 15,000 of them in the local history and genealogy collection within The Georgia Room.