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For families, companies or individuals looking to promote diversity and inclusion in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on January 21st, United Way's Schools of Hope and the Volunteer Center have worked hand-in-hand with Pooh's Corner to create a great opportunity!
A special children's book list has been compiled with books celebrating diversity and giving back to others and the books are all available at Pooh's Corner for purchase for the Schools of Hope reading program. The collection will be held January 21 through February 1st.
The book list includes:
- Ruby Bridges Goes to School -- $3.00 paperback
- I Have a Dream by Kadir Nelson -- $15.00
- The Watsons Go to Birmingham 1963 -- $13.50
- Bud, Not Buddy -- $13.50
- Ramona Quimby, Age 8 -- $13.50
- Whoever You Are -- $13.50
- Enemy Pie -- $13.00
- Chicken Sunday -- $14.50
- Dora Goes to School -- $3.00 paperback, $18.00 hardcover
- The Giving Tree -- $13.50
- Kente Colors -- $14.00
- Reading Makes You Feel Good-- $13.00
- Lola Loves Stories -- $5.50, paperback
- We're Different, We're the Same -- $3.00 paperback
- Lola at the Library -- $5.50 paperback
- Martin's Big Words by Rappaport -- $14.50
- The Rainbow Fish -- $15.00
- The Seven Silly Eaters -- $13.50
- The Other Side -- $13.50
- The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawbery and the Big Hungry Bear -- 12.00
- Thunder Cake -- $13.50
- Colors of Me -- $13.50
- All the Colors of the Earth -- 13.50
All books are available for purchase through Pooh's Corner, located at 1886 Breton Road Southeast Grand Rapids, MI. The prices above include any discounts for individual book purchases. Retail prices are approx. 20% higher. The retail price of the entire list is $353.00. However, If you purchase the entire set for donation to the Schools of Hope program, Pooh's Corner will offer the set for the discounted price of $260.00.
Individual books or sets of books can be purchased for donation at Pooh's Corner and left at the bookstore. If you have questions, contact the Volunteer Center at email@example.com.
Whether you chose to purchase books as gifts for your own children or for donation to our Schools of Hope reading program, you will help spread Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's message of peace and equality throughout our community. Thank you!
As a long-time community leader, Heart of West Michigan United Way collaborates with other organizations throughout West Michigan to advance the common good - that is, to direct change and create opportunities for a good life for all who live here. We focus our efforts in three critical areas: education, income and health, which are the building blocks to a successful life. A quality education that leads to a stable job, enough to support a family through retirement, with good health at every stage. Our goal is to work toward long-lasting changes that truly make an impact. So while we support those who have fallen on hard times, we also work to identify the root causes of problems. Then we build preventative systems that keep those problems from happening in the first place.
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