If you haven't wrapped all of your Christmas goodies just yet, there's no need to fret.  For no other reason than to help alleviate some of the stress their patrons feel this holiday season, the incredible staff at the Wallette branch of the Shreveport Memorial Library wants to transform the gifts you have spent the better part of this month (or longer) hunting down into full-on Christmas presents.

So far this year, Santa's literary helpers have wrapped more than 300 gifts for free.  According to Branch Manager Wyolanda Hall, that's only the beginning.  She told KSLA that they have been putting paper to present for the last 5 years, and last year her crew knocked out more than 800 gifts!

If you need the professionals to handle your Kringle-business, the wrap-battle will continue on Friday, December 20th and Monday, December 23rd at the Wallette branch (363 Hearne Ave.) from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.

If you'd like to donate wrapping paper, boxes, tape, bows, or time - stop by or call 318-425-3630.