Tag Archives: the Literacy Site

10 Books That Changed History

How many have you read? These Ten Books Hugely Impacted the Western World (and while you’re there, click on the Literacy Site. Your daily click costs you nothing but gives books to children who would otherwise not have any…) Catherine … Continue reading

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Put a Neighborhood Library in Your Neighborhood

Take a look at this article about little libraries on the Literacy Site (and while you’re at it, do a free click to give books to kids who otherwise would have none…) Continue reading

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Ten Banned Books….

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Technology Rocks…until It Doesn’t

Yesterday I wrote a post on how great writers start as great readers, how starting early can build good writers, how many children don’t have the access to books that would let them develop their inner writer, and how you can help them for free…

Or so I thought…

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Help Build Future Writers

Where do writers come from?

Lots of different experience awake the writer spark in us all, but one of the most important is reading. Most good writers are also enthusiastic readers, and we tend to start early.

Sadly enough, there are lots of children who don’t have access to books. Poverty, or family traditions, or crisis cut children off from books and reading, and a child who might have become a writer is blocked at the beginning.

There’s a way you can help- and it’s free…

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