The donations will help Henry get the library up-to-date after having no money to pay for it in about three years, she said.
The school requested that Barnes & Noble customers give books appropriate for kindergarteners through third-graders.
The school, which until three years ago only served fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students, was "sincerely lacking" in reading material for the younger students, she said.
The school's nonfiction books that students use for research were almost all out of date, Henry said.
Some of the donated money will be used to update those books, as well as buy class sets of certain fiction books.