(FinancialHealth)- You may already know that the most common way to save money at the library is to borrow books–or even buy used books from the libraries at a vastly discounted rate. With the average trade paperback costing anywhere from $15-20, this could amount to substantial savings for readers. But saving money on book costs isn’t the only way that this community resource can help you out. In fact, you may just be surprised at all that a local library may offer.
Do you need to borrow free camping supplies? Or want to learn to sew but don’t have a machine? If you’re wondering what in the world that has to do with the public library, check out this AMAZING video for 6 non-book ways you could save:
That’s pretty amazing, right?
Be sure to check out what YOUR local library has to offer. Many host summer reading programs, author events, and even free classes or workshops. While the library may often be thought of as a quiet place to read, rent a movie, or even study, it can also be a valuable community resource that could save you money.
How much money? Check out your local library’s resources to find out just what’s available in your area and how YOU could be saving more while supporting this community treasure.
~Here’s to your Financial Health!
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