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Celebrate International Literacy!


With the little ones back at school, it’s a perfect time to stock up on your library while also helping other kids around the world. International Literacy Day was September 8th, 2012 however Better World Books, which supports literacy efforts internationally, has an incredible offer available through September 14th, 2012 that will help you bring books into your child's lives and children around the world.  Every time you buy a book, they donate a book to someone in need.

Better World Books recognizes that literacy remains a challenge to many parts of the world. According to UNESCO, there are 793 million adults, about one in six of them are not literate. Additionally, 64.7 million children are not in school. Let’s recognize National Literacy Day being thankful for the life-altering skill that we so easily take for granted. 

To celebrate, Better World Books is offering 4 books for $11 dollars and $3 each additional book from their special selection. For international orders, they will offer 20% off 4 or more books from the special collection. 

Remember, every time you purchase from Better World Books, you support high-impact literacy efforts around the world. You support the funding that Better World Books provides to their nonprofit literacy partners, the Book for Book donations, or the yearly LEAP Grants. Better World Books has raised $12 million for literacy so far, so just by buying a book you are making a difference!  http://www.betterworldbooks.com/

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