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10 Days. 1000 Books : International Book Giving Day

10 Days. 1000 Books : International Book Giving Day


14th February is Valentine's Day. But did you know that it is also International Book Giving Day
International Book Giving Day’s focus is on encouraging people worldwide to give a book to a child on February 14th.
Pratham Books is collecting 1000 books in 10 days as a run up to the International Book Giving Day. We are making some book love potion and we need your help to create it.

BOOK LOVE POTION
1. Find a campaign on Donate-a-Book that needs some book love potion.
2. Add a dash of your book love* to the mix (Rs.250 = 6 books, Rs.500 =12 books)
3. A book parcel gets created by Pratham Books and sent to a library across India.
4. Children open your book love parcel and dive into a magical world of stories.

Can we collect 1000 books in the next 10 days? Let's together convert the 'joy' of reading to a 'love' for reading. Donate-a-Book today!


*If you are trying to make a donation from outside India, please email donateabook(at)prathambooks(dot)org with details of the campaign you want to donate to. 

Illustration by Ben Newman for International Book Giving Day.

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