Thursday, January 24, 2013

Hurricane Sandy Library Recovery

FolkHeart Press is pleased to have been approved for this project. We are involved because our authors want their literary works to make a difference in the lives of others. It is an honor to be shipping our books to fellow readers in the tri-state area that Hurricane Sandy destroyed. If you know of a public or school library in need, let us know!

 Independent Book Authors and Publishers
Help Restock Hurricane Sandy Library Shelves
WHO: K.S. Brooks and Indie Authors for Hurricane Sandy Library Recovery.

WHAT: After the Hurricane Sandy tragedy many libraries lost all resources. More than 60 independent authors and publishers from around the world have come together to donate fiction and non-fiction books and e-books to public libraries and schools in need. All expenses, including shipping, are incurred by project contributors.

WHERE: Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York.

WHEN: Established in November 2012, the project is ongoing.

WHY: “This is a way to give back to these communities, and let them know that they have not been forgotten,” said project founder and author K.S. Brooks.

MORE: To date books have already been delivered to at least one New Jersey school library, in the Monmouth Beach School District. 
"This school requested books appropriate for Grades Pre-K through 8. The students use the library for both research and recreational reading,” said Brooks, a native New Yorker now living in Washington State.

INFO: Website or email

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