Gift a Book to Your Loved Ones Tomorrow

Schools, colleges, publishers and distributors will also be given space to showcase their collection

Published: 28th December 2013 07:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th December 2013 07:46 AM   |  A+A-

Book lovers will get a chance to exchange books with other readers on Sunday as the Rangoli Metro Art Centre, in association with Giftabook, will organise a ‘Gift a Book, Exchange a Book’ programme at the Metro Art Centre on MG Road.

The event is being organised to commemorate Jnanpith awardee Kuvempu’s birth anniversary and will provide a chance for book lovers, enthusiasts and others to browse through a wide collection of books and also donate books which they have already read. Books can also be exchanged at the venue, a press release by the organisers said.

In addition, there will be a section for children’s books. Schools, colleges, publishers and distributors will also be given space to showcase their collection. Visitors can drop in anytime on Sunday.

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