AwesomeBooks Announce Support for Fight for Libraries Campaign

Oxfordshire, United Kingdom (31st July, 2012) – AwesomeBooks, a leading online retailer of new and used books, are currently supporting the ‘Fight for Libraries’ campaign started by the Bookseller publication.

The Bookseller seeks to support libraries as a key access point to the public for books, and AwesomeBooks has announced their support for this organisation’s role in keeping books readily available to communities and young children.

In 2010, the UK government started a programme of budget cuts which included large amounts of funding cuts to public libraries.

However, under the 1964 Public Libraries and Museums Act, the government has a statutory duty to provide an efficient and comprehensive library service, and AwesomeBooks defiantly supports the upholding of this Act as part of the Fight for Libraries campaign.

A spokesperson for AwesomeBooks commented: “Research shows that some of the largest user groups of libraries are children who use these facilities to discover new authors and genres that they may not have previously have considered. Having access to libraries therefore helps the younger generation to develop a love of reading; which provides a massive benefit to society in terms of literacy skill development.

“We will do whatever we can to support the Bookseller to ensure that children can still benefit from this considerably useful facility – both now and in the future.”

For more information on AwesomeBooks and their new and used books, visit their website at or telephone 0845 467 0512.

About AwesomeBooks:

AwesomeBooks is one of the UK’s leading new and used book retailers in the UK and can provide their customers with a magnificent collection of cheap books. This popular book provider can provide a varied selection of top fiction books for some of the bestselling titles on the market, and their industry rivals will find it hard to beat their competitive prices.


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PO BOX 318
Zip: OX10 318
Tel: 0044 845 467 0512




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