Taylor Swift donates 14,000 children’s books to Nashville Public Library

by Public Libraries on February 3, 2012

Books

Taylor Swift has generously donated 14,000 children’s books to the Nashville Public Library.  The books will all be from Scholastic and will be one of the largest donations the library has ever received according to CMT News.

The books will mostly go to improve the children’s collections at the local branch libraries, but some will be given to low-income children, preschools, and daycare centers.  Some will also be used as rewards for summer reading programs.

Taylor Swift is an incredibly successful singer-songwriter, musician, and actress that moved to Nashville when she was 14 years old.  She’s only 22 now and she’s already giving back to the children in the community through her donation to the public libraries.  This is such a thoughtful gift for the community of Nashville.

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Dale Copps February 7, 2012 at 6:24 am

Beautiful, within and without. Some celebrities are class acts, and Taylor certainly seems to be one of them.

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