Back in 2018 we celebrated Dolly Parton for her role as a champion of literacy, and today we bring you a new hero from a very different place. In the video below, you’ll meet Raheema Jalal, responsible for starting a program to bring books to rural regions of Pakistan via Roshan the camel. There’s something universal about the joy on a child’s face as they find a new book in their hands, and I hope this helps lighten your Friday.
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Thanks for posting this, David. My book group will love it. This is how the world can change.