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As far as I know, most libraries doing "Birthday Book Club" are in elementary 
schools. Is there any secondary school library successfully doing it?

I am thinking to start a "Birthday Book Club" at our school. I will create a wish 
list on and promote it through letter, library website, PTA, etc.  
Students or parents can donate a book from my list in honor of their (or their 
child's) birthday. A special acknowledgement label will be placed on the inside 
front cover saying that the book was donated by XXX, class of XXXX.  I think it is 
a good way to bring books to our collection. 

Will it be harder for high school libraries than elementary? If you have done it, 
please share your experience. I really appreciate your advice. Thank you!

Amy Huang
Notre Dame High School
596 S. 2nd St.
San Jose, CA 95112
(408) 294-1113 x2130

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