If you’re doing a clean out of your book collection – or better still the books that your children have outgrown, do consider dropping them off at the Bookery in Roeland Street, Cape Town. They tell me that school libraries in South Africa are in a desperate state with only 7.23% of the public schools having functional libraries. Equal Education’s aim is to use The Bookery to collect as many books as possible which are suitable for primary and secondary school learners, books that are appropriate and in a good condition. See http://bit.ly/cJwwzL for more more info on how to make a difference.

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