Sharon in Kenya
I have learnt if you invest in reading books well, you’ll get to a better place in life.
Mustafe Osman Abdi in Somaliland
Education is light. The library brought us light.
Rogers in Uganda
Thanks to our mountain bike library, I’ve seen how books give people power
Dr Penninah Musangi in Kenya
For you to have power, you have to read.
Ahmed Makkour in Syria
The cost of a book could be $100. That $100 could be a month’s worth of food for a whole family.
Madame Anne in Kenya
I am passionate about books because books changed me. I am a different person because of them
Mr. Musa Mansaray in Sierra Leone
If we hadn’t received books from Book Aid International, it would have been so challenging for us to serve the public.
Habiba in Greece
I think the books are very good for me – for my heart.
Eletina in Malawi
If I never had access to books, things would be different
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