Thursday, July 7 2022

AT AFGHA HEALTH –N HPEL THE AFGHAN COMMUNITY IN SACRAMENTO. LSN: GU THERE ARE MANY PEOPLE WHO ARE DEACTIVATED BY THE IDEA OF DIPPING DIVING, BUT IN THE LAST DAYS BOOK LOVERS HAVE DONE IT JUST LOOKING FOR THEIR FAVORITE AUTHOR. LIKE KCRA 3’S JASON MARKS WATCH, A LONG-LASTING BUSINESS WAS FORCED TO THROW AWAY THE BOOKS. >> ON EVYER PE.AG OF EACH NOVEL. >> I BRING SOME SETS JUST IN CASE. >> ONE THING IS ALWAYS CERTAIN, >> BOOKS TELL STORIES. >> AND THERE IS A STORY BEHIND ALL THESE BOOKS. >> THIS IS A GOOD HERE. >> THERE IS A REASON WHY. I LOVE DRAMS AND MURDER, I LOVE A LITTLE COMEDY. >> A LOT OF LOVE OF BOOKS COULD GO TO SUCH LENGTHS. >> I HAVE NEVER BEEN IN A DUMP. MY HUSBAND WOULD LIKELY KILL ME. >> RIGID FILES. >> THIS IS ANOTHER TO ADD >> AND SOFT COVERS. >> THERE ARE LOTS OF COOL BOOKS HERE. >> COME FROM THE CTÉ TRADE. >> THERE IS TOO MUCH TO TAKE FOR ONE PERSON, HONESTLY. >> BOOKWORM WA FAMILY STORE IN CARMICHAEL FOR OVER 3 DECADES. THEN COVID CAME. >> IT’S SAD.VID. THEY ARE ONE OF THE PEOPLE WHO DIDN’T HAVE THE PANDEMIC, AND IT IS JUST SAD. >> OWNER TELLS KCRA 3 ATTH SHE CAN’T FIND ANY EMPLOYEE AND AFTER THE AMOUNT OF INVOICES DECIDED IT IS TIME TO STOP HER. >> THERE ARE MANY LITTLE FINES AND TREASURES HERE . >> SHE TRIED TO GIVE THE BOOKS BUT IT HAS BEEN DIFFICULT TOO. >> I THINK SOME PLACES DO NOT ALLOW HER TO DONATE. >> THERE WAS NO CHOICE BUT THROUGH THEM. >> SOMEBODY POSTED A PHOTO, AND IT LOOKED LIKE THE DUMP FULL UNTIL THE P.TO >> MOST OF THE ESTIMATED 100,000 POUNDS ARE MISSING. >> CHILDREN’S BOOKS ARE DIFFICULT TO FIND, THEY COME VERY QUICKLY. >> AND NEARLY A LOSS OF NEAR $ 500,000, THE OWNER SAYS HE IS DROPPING OUT TO LET THEM GO. >> EVERYBODY NEEDS BOOKS, I WANT TO, THERE ARE ALL TYPES OF BOOKS YOU COULD THINK TO READ. >> THE BOOKS ARE NOW ON THE ROAD TO NEW HOUSES. >> I HAVE A LOT OF IT, HOPE TO GET MORE >> AND IN THE HANDS OF THOSE WHO NOW HAVE THEIR OWN STORY TO YOU. >> BUT IT’S SAD THAT IT HAS TO CLOSE. >> IN CARMICHAEL, JASON MARKS, KCRA 3 NS.EW GULSTAN: OWNER TELLS KCRA 3 SHE HAS DONATED BOOKS TO SCHOOLS AND OTHER GROUPS DURING YES.AR SHE SAYS LAUNCH THE BOS

Carmichael bookstore forced to close, throw away 100,000 books

Owner estimates nearly $ 500,000 loss after closing due to financial pressure from COVID-19

There are a lot of people who are put off by the idea of ​​dumping in trash cans, but over the past few days book lovers in Carmichael have been doing just that in search of their favorite author. Bookworm was a family owned store along Marconi Avenue which had been in business for three decades. However, he was unable to survive the decline in activity caused by COVID-19. The owner told KCRA 3 that she decided to shut down for good when she couldn’t find any employees or pay her bills. She tried to donate the books, but it also proved difficult. So his only option was to leave him about 100,000 books in the dumpster, much to the delight of anyone looking for a new read. offer in that trash, ”said Angel Takara, a book lover who rummaged through the pile. Gloria McDaniel was also in the dumpster, but far from being in the dumps herself. a dumpster is its own story. “I’ve never been in a dumpster,” McDaniel said with a chuckle. “My husband would probably kill me.” Dolly Jackson, who was also looking for a new read, mentioned a photo posted online where the dumpster was filled to the brim with books. By Monday afternoon, most of those books were gone and people were able to get into the dumpster. The owner said it was heartbreaking to let go of those books, an estimated loss of almost $ 500,000.

There are a lot of people who are put off by the idea of ​​dumping in trash cans, but over the past few days book lovers in Carmichael have been doing just that in search of their favorite author.

Bookworm was a family-owned store along Marconi Avenue that had been in business for three decades. However, he was unable to survive the decline in activity caused by COVID-19.

The owner told KCRA 3 that she decided to shut down for good when she couldn’t find any employees or pay her bills. She tried to donate the books, but it also proved difficult.

His only option, therefore, was to leave him about 100,000 books in the dumpster, much to the delight of anyone looking for a new read.

“There is a lot to offer in this trash,” said Angel Takara, a book lover who poked around the pile.

Gloria McDaniel was also in the dumpster, but far from being in the dumpster herself.

For McDaniel, “books tell stories,” and diving in a dumpster is its own story.

“I’ve never been in a dumpster,” McDaniel said with a chuckle. “My husband would probably kill me.”

Dolly Jackson, who was also looking for a new read, mentioned a photo posted online where the dumpster was filled to the brim with books. By Monday afternoon, most of those books were gone and people were able to get into the dumpster.

The owner said it was heartbreaking to let go of those books, an estimated loss of almost $ 500,000.

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