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ND Autism Center to hold book sale

A fundraiser for kids with autism is underway in West Fargo Friday, Dec. 3.

WEST FARGO — The North Dakota Autism Center is selling books in person after holding a virtual book fair for the past four days.

Their goal is to raise money to help cut down on the cost for parents who bring their children to the center.

They are hoping to raise at least $250, and have raised $100 so far from the online fair.

The center is partnering with Usborn Books to set up the fundraiser.


Usborn Books consultant Amber Plambeck said her work with books is her way of getting her young son to read early.

"He just loves these books. Right now, his favorite is the, "That's Not My' series," Plambeck said. "He just loves them, so I keep doing this for him, and it's a great way to give back to my community as well."

While the on-site book fair ends at 5 p.m. Friday, the virtual fundraiser continues until Saturday at 11:45 p.m.

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