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Prisoners Literature Project (Moe's Books) - Berkeley - 2476 Telegraph Ave

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Prisoners Literature Project (Moe's Books)

2476 Telegraph Ave (Moe's Books - write "PLP" on bags or boxes), Berkeley, California 94704
(510) 749-4160

11:30 - 7:30 daily
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paperbacks in good condition & Nice hardbacks-especially larger, modern textbooks in current editions and other quality books. Prisoners most often want– dictionaries of all kinds (including ASL sign language); thesauruses, almanacs, GED test prep materials, and other paperback reference books– how-to books: drawing, origami, chess, construction, gardening, etc.– books on African-American, Latino, and Native American history and culture– books on politics, sociology, psychology, philosophy, science, mathematics– fiction by or about people of color– classic literature (in English or Spanish)– books on meditation, yoga, and bodyweight exercises

Item Notes Method Destination
Books - Hard Cover
  • Free Drop-off
  • Reuse
Books - Soft Cover
  • Free Drop-off
  • Reuse

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