My students are readers and activists. They feel anger about the injustices they see in their city and their world, and they are moved to make the world better--better for their communities, better for their families, better for themselves, better for the future.
One way my students work to use their love for reading and transform their anger into activism is by curating a Little Free Library.
With their library, my students work to provide neighborhood kids with books that will empower and books that will make neighborhood kids fall in love with reading. My students need your help to empower the kids in our neighborhood.
My students picked these books carefully to share with neighborhood youth in our Little Free Library.
The books range from children's picture books to young adult literature, and each of my students discovered a way that each of these books could captivate and empower a new generation of readers.
My students have developed relationships with their Little Library customers, have talked to their customers about their interests and reading interests, and they try to pick books that kids who frequent our library will like. By donating to our project, you will help us continue to share fun and relevant books with a population of readers that needs fun and relevant books to enjoy.
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