Money raised from the sale will go back to the library.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

MT. LEBANON (KDKA) — Many local libraries and the groups that support them rely on book sales for revenue, but many have been hampered by the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Like so many others, Friends of the Mt. Lebanon Library had to get creative, so on Saturday, they held a drive-thru book sale.

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There was no need to spend time perusing.

Instead, customers pulled up, picked a genre, and received a bag of books.

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The group says that all of the money raised from the sale goes back to the library.