24 Festive Task Players: Meet Charlie – our adopted Book Bus

Reblogged from:  Murder by Death

 

And “Charlie” wrote a letter too:

Marian, the woman I’ve been speaking to, also passed along this message:

Of course our reading volunteer scheme is open this year in Livingstone, Zambia from 1st July to 6th September. We are always looking for people who are passionate about books and reading to join our local children’s literacy team for two weeks of sharing stories, reading and having fun. Maybe you could share with your group in case anyone might want to join us.

Here is the link to details on our site. 

http://thebookbus.org/volunteer/

I know that’s a stretch for most of us, but I’m passing it along – just in case.

There’s a video, but Marian says it’s on the What’s App and I don’t have that – not sure if there will be a way to get to it or not, but if there is, I’ll post it.  

 

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