International Book Giving Day – Part III

Oh my! The photographs just keep coming in.

I’ve had no choice but to sneak in a Part III to the round up of all the generous book giving that took place on International Book Giving Day 2014. I’m so chuffed!

In case you missed them, take a peek at Part I & Part II. Those pics will make your heart sing!

Keep an eye on the blog, I’ve got a special treat for you all before the end of the week. My way of saying … thanks.

A Publishing House Host from the Czech republic decided to give some copies of this book to the centre for gypsy children near our office on International Book Giving Day 2014.

A Publishing House Host from the Czech republic decided to give some copies of this book to the centre for gypsy children near our office on International Book Giving Day 2014.

Mysore JUST BOOKS Kalidasa branch & Kuvempunagar branch celebrated International Book Giving Day 2014.

Mysore, India –  JUST BOOKS Kalidasa branch & Kuvempunagar branch celebrated International Book Giving Day 2014.

Janet Halfman donated 12 signed copies of Home in the Cave to underprivileged campers who will be visiting a bat cave in Kentucky this coming summer.

Janet Halfman donated 12 signed copies of Home in the Cave to underprivileged campers who will be visiting a bat cave in Kentucky this coming summer.

the Conservatory Lab Charter School in Brighton MA USA have participated in International Book Giving Day by asking all children in K1 (preschool) to Grade 7 school to bring in an already read book (or more if they can) to class.  All the books are collected by class and then each class delivers their box of books to the grade below.

The Conservatory Lab Charter School in Brighton MA USA have participated in International Book Giving Day by asking all children in K1 (preschool) to Grade 7 school to bring in an already read book (or more if they can) to class. All the books are collected by class and then each class delivers their box of books to the grade below.

Amber LeBlanc gifts books on International Book Giving Day 2014.

Amber LeBlanc gifts books on International Book Giving Day 2014.

Angela Reynolds - piles of books all wrapped up ready for International Book Giving Day 2014.

Angela Reynolds – piles of books all wrapped up ready for International Book Giving Day 2014.

Not only has Marc Martin illustration designed a stunning bookmark for us ... he has also donated these gorgeous books to 100 Story Building in Melbourne, Australia for International Book Giving Day 2014.

Not only has Marc Martin illustration designed a stunning bookmark for us … he has also donated these gorgeous books to 100 Story Building in Melbourne, Australia for International Book Giving Day 2014.

International Book Giving Day 14 FEB 2014 `JAGAT MANDIR SCHOOL, NEPAL

International Book Giving Day 14 FEB 2014 `JAGAT MANDIR SCHOOL, NEPAL

Discovering the World Through My Son's Eyes gave out 25 children's books to classmates, donated 5 children's books to the pediatric clinic, and 2 bilingual children's book to the library!

Discovering the World Through My Son’s Eyes gave out 25 children’s books to classmates, donated 5 children’s books to the pediatric clinic, and 2 bilingual children’s book to the library!

Rhino Reads delivers books to 4 year old Super Heros on International Book Giving Day 2014.

Rhino Reads delivers books to 4 year old Super Heros on International Book Giving Day 2014.

Don’t worry if your photo has not appeared here. They will be appearing in our photo gallery page very soon.

Congratulations for helping to create a truly inspiring, truly international, Book Giving Day!

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About Emma Perry

Founder of the book review website My Book Corner, I'm also busy organising International Book Giving Day (picking up the mantel from the wonderful Amy Broadmoor), freelance writing & a little teaching too. #giveabook

One thought on “International Book Giving Day – Part III

  1. Hello. We are a group of mums from UK and USA who are asking for secondhand books to donate in our 2 Community Mobile Libraries in Leyte *Tacloban City, which was severely devastated by Typhoon Haiyan. We are all workers and volunteers from overseas organizing Mobile Libraries and providing Seedlings to Communities as backyard Farming for self sustainability. We appreciate any second hand books or Activity Colouring Books your Group can afford us. Thank You. Sincerely Yours. Edythe Kohler (California, USA)

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