“Ask any writer and you’ll undoubtedly hear about the libraries in their lives,” writes Judy Blume, the award-winning and best-selling author and this year’s Stay Home and Read a Book Ball chair.
Blume firmly believes in the power of libraries and books to change lives, “Ask any reader and you will hear that books not only change lives, but sometimes save them. That’s exactly what the right book at the right time can do,” writes Blume. “So on March 6, 2016 I hope you’ll join me at the Stay Home and Read a Book Ball. It’s a book lover’s dream. No dressing up, no one in your face, no mystery food. Just you and that book you’ve been longing to read.”
Read Blume’s full letter about the magic of Los Angeles and its public library here, and learn more about taking part in the 28th edition of the Stay Home and Read a Book Ball, the Library Foundation of Los Angeles’ oldest and most popular fundraising campaign.
Support and promote the Los Angeles Public Library from the comfort of your own home! Participate and celebrate one of the City’s most vital institutions and what it means: free and open access to information, lifelong learning, and democracy. Make “reservations” to this “non-event,” and donate gifts (amounts of your own choosing) to support the Library’s educational and cultural programs, including the award-winning series ALOUD at Central Library.
Or contact Erin Sapinoso, Associate Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations, at 213.292.6248 or [email protected]