Lebanon County Libraries benefit from sale of local children’s book [Paid Press Release]

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This post is paid advertising by Visit Lebanon Valley.

“The Adventures of Lebanon Lilly” children’s book is available just in time for the holidays. Pick up your copy today for just $10 at any of our Lebanon County Libraries in Palmyra, Annville, Lebanon, Myerstown, Richland, and Matthews in Fredericksburg.

Book cover

“This book has turned out to be such a fun experience”, says author Jennifer Kuzo, President of Visit Lebanon Valley. “We are thrilled that the United Way selected our book as the Read Across America book for Lebanon County. This past spring volunteers read the book to over 60 first grade classrooms throughout the Valley.”

While the book serves to promote and remind us of the fun and historically significant things to do in the Lebanon Valley, there is even a greater purpose. Beyond the promotion, 100% of all proceeds from the book sales go directly to the Lebanon County Library Systems. All books sold at the local libraries keep their funds in house. This is a gift that keeps giving, while supporting literacy and our local libraries.

“Our libraries love to support local authors, especially when they highlight all the amazing things about our Lebanon Valley community!” says Michelle Hawk, Administrator for Lebanon County Libraries. “We’re grateful to Jen for her generosity by directing all proceeds to our libraries.”

What’s next for Lilly you ask? There are so many more experiences that she can have in the Lebanon Valley, it just feels like another book might be inevitable. Stay tuned.

Visit Lebanon Valley is a Destination Marketing Organization that promotes the Lebanon Valley’s unique attractions and local businesses to visitors and residents alike. Our mission is to spotlight the area’s recreation, shopping, history and culture by inspiring experiences to enjoy the best of the Lebanon Valley. For more information visit www.visitlebanonvalley.com.

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