During the worst of the Liberian civil war Yvonne set up the WE-CARE library to provide a space for children to read and learn. This is her story.
Gifty is a teacher in rural Ghana. Having the right kind of books empowers her to create the next generation of readers.
Hear from Pan Macmillan Chief Operating Officer James Long about why his company is so committed to supporting our work, and about one very special recent book donation.
In this blog, our Head of Communications Emma reflects on how the power of books is helping street-connected children, and the adults who support them, change how their stories end.
Timothy is a small boy with big dreams. Find out why he thinks books are going to help him achieve them.
Elizabeth is fighting to give every Rwandan child the chance to read.
Jocknus supports people fleeing war in South Sudan. He told us about what books mean for the youngest refugees.
Omar lives with his family in Syria. Civilians there live under constant threat, but books offer Omar an escape.
Madame Anne knows that books can empower girls to follow their dreams.