Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
SALT LAKE CITY — Sometimes children may feel exhausted while dragging a heavy load of books to school, but students at Rose Park Elementary enjoyed lugging boxes of donated books on Tuesday.
Barnes and Noble at The Gateway delivered more than 2,700 books to Rose Park Elementary. The bookstore partnered with the school and encouraged parents and community members to help support the school by donating or purchasing books.
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