Taylor Swift: Pays $68,000 donation to Pennsylvania library
Singer Taylor Swift has donated $68,000 (£43,144) worth of books to a Pennsylvania library.
The musician is giving away the books to a library near her hometown of Wyomissing, PA to encourage more young people to read and aid the cash-strapped library system.
The star invited a group of librarians and other education professionals to personally select books that they believe the kids will enjoy.
Recently, Taylor revealed that her new fragrance is named 'Wonderstruck' because she's constantly in awe of the musical guests on her current tour.
The 'Love Story' singer has been named Billboard's Woman of the Year and will accept the honor on December 2 at the Billboard Women in Music 2011 Awards.
Swift also has said that, her next studio album will mostly feature "sad" songs about "moving on" from disappointments.