THEY already have enough books to fill a small library, but it's just not enough for the staff at the Lavally Lodge.
The Glasshouse Mountain's home for people with an intellectual disability is throwing a monster bookfest at the Caloundra Arts and Crafts Centre next month.
Funds raised will go to provide residents of the lodge with life's extras often taken for granted.
So far they have been given thousands of books, CDs, DVDs, games and puzzles - and there is still plenty of room for more, co-ordinator Mary Crase said.
"Our residents require support and encouragement for them to live a satisfying and rewarding life in their spiritual, physical and emotional pursuits," she said.
"The big thing about the lodge is that we get no government money. It's run by the people, for the people.
"The bookfest will raise funds to provide extras for our residents. It could be an outing to the theatre or a holiday. These are things that most of us take for granted."
Lavally Lodge is an initiative of the Caloundra Catholic Parish.
It provides accommodation and 24-hour support to 10 people with an intellectual disability, with residents ranging in age from early 30s to late 50s.
Ms Crase said they still needed donations of used books, puzzles, board games, CDs and DVDs that are in good condition.
She said encyclopaedias or old weekly magazines were unwanted as they did not sell.
Donations points are at the Caloundra Catholic Parish, 61 Edmund St, Caloundra or Lavally Lodge, 59 Bowen Rd, Glasshouse Mountains.
For more information phone Don Rolls on 54912011 or Mary Crase on 54969403.