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Meet our Videographer

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Colin Miller is a 20-year-old “dude with a camera,” as he endearingly refers to himself, originally from north-central Colorado. Six months ago, he met Tom Martin, Executive Director of The Free Books Project, at Cathedral Kitchen (CK), where Colin volunteers every Wednesday as he works toward his associate degree at Rowan College at Burlington County. It’s always […]

A Note on the Free Books Place Opening

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We were thrilled with the turnout of our soft opening of our free bookstore at the Newton Friends Meeting House (808 Cooper Street in Camden). Each Saturday since our opening, we’ve had more and more guests browsing our shelves! The Free Books Project (TFBP) will be there every Saturday from 9 AM to 2 PM, […]

A New Start

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So, my friend Breanna Ransome, one of the smartest people I know, has been bugging me to start writing blog posts about the Free Books Project, formerly Camden County Pop Up Library. There’s our first piece of news! We’re currently undergoing a name change and rebranding. It was the addition of new programs and stronger […]