Tips for getting the presents they want without having to hoof it from Lutz to the North Pole.
Santa’s awesome, but he doesn’t always deliver the hottest toys of the season on demand to Norcross, no matter how nicely we ask. If the kids – or wannabe kids – in your life happen to have their hearts set on presents that are hard to come by, it can be torturous running from store to store only to find what they really want just isn’t available. Whether your little girl has her sights on the latest Lalaloopsy, your son wants a Hot Wheels R/C Terrain Twister or that “big baby” in your life is yearning for a copy of Halo 4, here are some ideas on how to track down what’s in demand without putting miles and miles on your vehicle in the process: Tips for Shopping in Town If you hate ordering online and love the gratification of being able to…
Order from Barnes & Noble, Amazon and Better World Books through Gwinnett Library website.
- HOLIDAY GUIDE
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
The Gwinnett County Public Library is offering holiday shoppers two ways to support the library while doing their holiday shopping. First, at no extra cost, shoppers who buy their gifts online from Barnes & Noble, Amazon.com, and Better World Books Inc. will automatically support the library when they access these retailers through the Gwinnett library’s website. By shopping through the library’s website the retailer will give a portion of the sale to the library. Second, the library is encouraging shoppers to sponsor books for its collection in honor of a friend or family member. A marker will be placed inside the book acknowledging the dedication. Forms for book dedications are available online and at all 15 library branches including …