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Taylor Swift Donates 14,000 Books to Tennessee Library

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Can Taylor Swift get any more wholesome? Why yes she can! The country star has just donated 14,000 books to a library in Tennessee.

The 22-year-old singer, popular for hits like “Love Story” and “You Belong With Me,” is lending a helping hand to the Nashville Public Library by restocking its shelves.

No worries, the shelves are being emptied for a good cause. Some of the newer Scholastic books will be donated to low-income children, preschools and daycare centers.

Inside each book a donate plate will be placed that reads, “A Gift to the Children of Nashville from Taylor Swift and Scholastic Inc.”

What lucky children! They get to read books that come from a generous superstar.

This isn’t the first time Swift has supported literacy. She previously donated reading materials to a Pennsylvania library worth $68,000.

In addition to being charitable, Swift will soon be showing her green side and acting skills in “The Lorax” film based on Dr. Seuss’s classic environmental tale, which comes out on March 2nd.

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