Little Bookworms customers can brighten the holidays for children in need through the shop’s first holiday Giving Tree.
Customers can visit the shop, 8111 Lakewood Main St., Suite 103, and select an ornament with a child’s first name and age. They then can shop for that child, bring the gift to Little Bookworms and receive discounts for in-store use. Little Bookworms will then wrap and deliver all the presents.
For more information on the Giving Tree and a list of events, call 907-3808 or visit www.littlebookworms.net.
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