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How can I adopt a book?

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The KSU Library System's Adopt-A-Book program provides a unique opportunity to combine a love of books and learning with a desire to honor, celebrate, or memorialize the special students and people in our lives. 

Your contribution to the Adopt-A-Book program supports the ongoing efforts of the KSU Library System to develop outstanding collections and resources, serving the needs of Kennesaw State University.

Adopt-A-Book is the perfect way to commemorate special occasions such as college graduation, academic award recognition, anniversaries, birthdays, retirement, and memorial of a loved one. 

For more information, please select one of the links below:

General information on adopting a book:  http://library.kennesaw.edu/docs/AdoptABookBrochure2015basic.pdf

To honor of a special student or graduate:  http://library.kennesaw.edu/docs/AdoptABookBrochure2015Grad.pdf

To adopt a book as a holiday gift:  http://library.kennesaw.edu/docs/AdoptABookBrochure2015Holiday.pdf

For more information on making a monetary gift donation to the KSU Library System, please see the KSU Give webpage http://kennesaw.edu/give.php

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