Sarah Ogembo, a librarian at the Kenya National Library Service, tells us how one school library programme is transforming lives.
Eletina dreams of being an oncologist when she's older, and the brand new books in her library are helping her to achieve that dream.
Mayol is a refugee. He dreams of returning home and building peace in South Sudan - and books in his school are helping him get there.
Omar lives with his family in Syria. Civilians there live under constant threat, but books offer Omar an escape.
Meet Alfred, a parent and teacher who sees daily how brand-new books impact the lives of his students.
Madame Anne knows that books can empower girls to follow their dreams.
16 year old George Osafo lives in Ghana. George usually studies at his school library, but from May to October 2020 it was closed due to the virus. Read why he believes books are key to his future.
Florence is a teacher in Northern Ghana. She's using books to ignite a new hunger for learning.
Rita never got to go to school - so she can't read or write. But with the help of books you help to send, she's helping her daughter Mary build a brighter future.