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Books that arenÕt very unique, Hawkeye Richardson donates to seniors, kids, teachers, military and veterans.
Of some of the rare books for sale, Hawkeye Richardson has an 1870 10-volume set edition of Charles DickensÕ work, which sells for $1,200.
Some of the books that the Tell Me a Good Story organization sells are first or early printing editions.
Currently, Hawkeye Richardson houses hundreds of rare, old and unique books in his garage, which he sells at book festivals to fund his non-profit organization Tell Me a Good Story.
Hawkeye Richardson gives a seminar, “Telling the Story of Your Business,” which was sponsored by the Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce. Through donations and book sales, Richardson aims to help people communicated with others better.