Rosemary has always loved books. It's this love that has led her to her role in her school library alongside teaching, and it's what she believes is the key to a bright future.
As head of the library department at Amref International University in Kenya, Dr. Penninah Musangi shares how books have shaped her life and why they are so important to the medical students studying at the university.
Aaron grew up in rural Kenya with little access to books or education. Now a qualified nurse, Aaron is using books to further his studies and meet the needs of his local community.
Read why Monica is glad her school library is full of carefully selected books.
Libraries can be the only way many readers access books. That's why readers like Tinotenda value their local libraries so much.
Ruth tells us why the library in her school, which is giving her access to both books and solar lights, is so important to her.
Like many people living in West Bank, 17-year-old Dalia's life can be unpredictable. Read why she finds solace in books.
Francisca believes that having books in her school is the key to success.
Virginia grew up without children's books but became an author - and she believes in the power of books.