Lighthouse Trails books are now in hundreds of libraries across the U.S., and if you would like to get some of our titles into your own local library, it’s easy and doesn’t cost you anything. Just call or visit your library, give the librarian the title, author, and publisher (Lighthouse Trails Publishing) of any title or titles and ask her or him to bring those titles into circulation. Tell your librarian that Lighthouse Trails books can be ordered through Baker & Taylor, which is the main distributor for U.S. libraries. Libraries can also order from Anchor and Spring Arbor/Ingram. Canadians may be able to make such requests as well for some titles.
Since learning recently that the Canadian government will not allow some Lighthouse Trails materials into Canada (see story), saying they fall into the category of “hate propaganda,” we have been sharply reminded that the day may be drawing near when materials such as ours will not legally be allowed into general circulation within our own country (the U.S.). While there is still an open door, we believe it would be prudent to get discerning and biblical books into as many libraries as possible where they could potentially remain on library shelves available to the public for years to come (should the Lord tarry).
We send out this appeal to you to help assure that such materials be available for future generations should restrictions be put into place prohibiting the sale and distribution of them.
Here is a page that lists the books published by Lighthouse Trails. You can select the titles you would like to have brought into your local library. Remember, you do not purchase the titles you choose – your local library will purchase them and put them into circulation.
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