Royer’s offers Bouquets for Books through Nov. 10

Royers Bouquets for Books 2011

Deb Chrisley, store manager at Royer’s West York store, left; and Deb Sullivan, community relations director, York County Libraries, are shown with books collected at Royer’s West York and East York stores during the 2011 Bouquet for Books drive. (Submitted photo)

If you need a little extra incentive to donate to your local library, Royer’s Flowers & Gifts has it for you: through its Bouquets for Books program, folks who donate a book will receive a free bouquet in exchange.

The program kicked off Nov. 2 and runs through Nov. 10 in Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties.

Don’t know what to donate? Each library system has a wish list on Royer’s website — York County Library System is requesting early chapter books such as the Magic Tree House series and Dear America books; authors for boys such as Matt Christopher, Jerry Spinelli, Chris Paolini, and Rick Riordan; and board books.

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