Thursday, February 8, 2018

Books Arrive in Puerto Rico for Hurricane Relief Effort


“I thank you so very much for your wonderful donation to help lift these spirits that were not destroyed but lost. It was a memorable experience to witness such a powerful storm, however it was not enough to blow away our spirits. Many of us picked up a book to pass the time, then another and another. Without electricity, the thirst for entertainment, knowledge, adventure sparked each morning as the sun rose.”
--Aluisa N. Irazany Ortiz and the students from Leonides Morales Rodriguez School
Lajas, Puerto Rico

Reader to Reader is pleased to help rebuild resources at Leonides Morales Rodriguez High School in Lajas, Puerto Rico. Susan Nadathur and Sita Nadathur came and selected hundreds of books from our inventory.

The hurricane relief project is in collaboration with Wethersfield High School, and their librarian Nella Szilagyi.

Monday, January 22, 2018

$200,000 Worth of Books for Mississippi Children

We are excited to kick off 2018 with a huge book donation of 20,000 children’s books for low-income children in Mississippi. The total value of the donation is roughly $200,000.
The books will be give out by Mississippi’s rural public libraries.
A very special thank you to publisher Home Grown Books for making this possible.