Find out what your child can win by sending in a picture of their bookshelf to the ‘Around the World in 100 Bookshelves’ project. These alphabet keychains brought a big grin to our face. Aren’t they cute?
@thebetterindia is looking for journalism students to intern at The Better India. Mail firstname.lastname@example.org. @Everywun is also looking for journalist students or bloggers interested in writing for social change? DM them on Twitter if you are interested.
@arunpatre‘s tweet informed us about All for Good, a new service to help you find and share volunteer opportunities, @LWFIndia linked to success stories of ‘Because I am a Girl ‘Campaign, @mybangalore linked to LSI Corporation India’s “Backpack” community initiative.
Now for some book news…
@thecreativepenn had a tweet about book publishers making a move toward mobile to attract teens. @BookChook linked to her blog post on Letters to Leonardo – a new novel and a literacy activity.
All children’s book publishers should read through ‘Tough Love: An Open Letter to Kids’ Book Publishers‘ (via @worldbooktrade).
Image Source: Will Bryant
Marjorie July 2, 2009
Thanks for highlighting our Round the World – 100 Bookshelves. We would love to have more pictures sent in!
Chirag May 15, 2010
I am a big fan of thebetterindia.com 🙂