Honoring Caleb with a Library

Honoring Caleb with a Library

In 2009 my husband and I created Caleb’s Project to honor the short, but precious life of our son, Caleb Paul Zellner, who died before birth.  His due date was December 26.  Because I wanted to have a happy Christmas for my other children, I decided I should...
Five years of reading can make a difference

Five years of reading can make a difference

This is the third blog from Ashley Kahn about her recent trip to Lesotho with Amy Jo Carson, ALP’s Lesotho Country Liaison.  The village of Bokone is special to Amy Jo Carson. A part of Amy’s heart belongs to the Majara family, their house and village, as that’s...
Lesotho libraries: a place to gather and read

Lesotho libraries: a place to gather and read

ALP is working to send a container of books to Lesotho this fall to create 35 new libraries.  We still need Book Drive Organizers, who can complete a book drive by September 1. Click here to find out what’s involved and how to sign up. As you will read...
Books Have Changed Our Lives

Books Have Changed Our Lives

Guest blogger, Bright Edem Kofi Adeti shares his experience with African Library Project and creating libraries for kids in Ghana. My name is Bright Edem Kofi Adeti. I teach French and Information and Communication Technology in a deprived junior high school in the...
Book Drives Raise More Than Just Books

Book Drives Raise More Than Just Books

Guest blogger, Amy Vijayanagar of Midland Elementary School’s book drive organizing experience with African Library Project. Conducting a book drive for the African Library Project was a perfect fit for Midland Elementary School for many reasons. We...