This is the 14th in a series of (hopefully) 52 posts related to the book Every Monday Matters. I'd love it if some other people wanted to go through the book with me. Contact me if you're interested.
Alright, I could go through, all the statistics, but I don’t think I need to.
We all know that reading is important, and you’ve gotta have books to read.
Some kids, don’t have any books.
That’s a problem. I think that’s a big problem.
But we can help.
Gather up some books, that you haven’t read in a while, and probably won’t read again, and donate them.
You can only read the cat book, so many times.
So where do you donate?
I’m glad you asked.
You can donate to your local school, your local library, foster homes, or any sort of children’s organization.
So go through your library, and find some books, that you can donate.
Some books are so good, you can donate them, and then get another copy, for yourself.
If you don’t feel that you have a lot of books that you can donate, I am sure you have a friend that reads a lot.
You can try donating some books on their behalf.
Like ah, here’s a book of comic strips, we’ll donate that. Of course we’ll throw this book in the mix. Here, we’ve got a book written about computers. Book written about cats…
I’m stocking up, I’m serious about this.
Reading is important, so donate some books today.
Hey Pat, what are you doing with my books?
I’m sorry, I’ll put them back.