El Paso Public Library Unveils New Book Collection of Environmental Books
The El Paso Public Library is proud to unveil a new book collection of environmentally conscious books.
The new book collection entitled Nature Matters are available at the Memorial Park Library Branch located at 3200 Copper.
The environmentally conscious books were recently added to the collection through a private donation from Marshall Carter-Tripp. Tripp is the Director of the Centennial Museum and Gardens at the University of Texas at El Paso.
The initial collection will include thirty books with such titles as My Backyard Jungle, The Voice of the Coyote, The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating among many others. The books will be available for checkout with a valid library card at the Memorial Park Library branch. Books from the collection can also be found at any branch library upon request.
For more information, call the El Paso Public Library at (915) 212-READ or visit elpasolibrary.org.