Charity Bookstall is the Biblio storefront for the Morin Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
We are also known as Project Library, the name of our primary program which supports both adult and child literacy initiatives.
Nationwide, Project Library focuses on expanding the holdings of public libraries and public school libraries in the poorest communities.
In Greater Boston, its Library Development Program helps create informal libraries and fill their shelves.
Our focus is building and strengthening libraries that cater to underserved readers.
To learn more about us, or to make a donation look us up at www.networkforgood.org.
Terms of sale for Charity Bookstall
Returns are accepted with advance Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA.) Refund of the purchase price minus a 25% restocking fee will be issued upon receipt of the book in as sold condition. Shipping and handling charges are not refundable. Please email for RMA numbers. Returns are preferred in original packaging.
Shipping and handling is subject to increase for heavy items; this applies to both foreign and domestic shipments. Shipping of heavy books outside of the United States can be extremely expensive. Please feel free to email for a shipping quote in advance of your purchase.
High value items do not ship at standard shipping prices. We'll contact you to let you know the cost of insured shipping. Please feel free to email us for a shipping quote in advance of your purchase.
BUYING A GIFT?: We're happy to include a gift card or your note at no cost. (We don't ship anonymous gifts.)
BOOKSELLERS: We'll ship directly to your customer, if you wish, at no cost, as long as you include your own invoice which you can supply via Word or PDF.
100% of your purchase benefits charity and supports literacy and life-long learning.
Diet for Children (and Adults) and the Kalorie Kids by Peters, Lulu Hunt
Westward to the Far East by Scidmore, Eliza Ruhamah
Diseases of the Blood by Cyrus C. Sturgis & Raphael Isaacs
Shlomo Yehudah Rapoport (Shir) (1790-1867) and His Contemporaries by Barzilay, Isaac