Get Kids Reading

By purchasing books for public school libraries

Lending a hand for Little Helpers are Penny Glidewell and her son, Davis

Photo by Selena Silvestro

Volunteers with Little Helpers are holding a book drive this month. The Memphis are Little Helpers, a volunteer organization which helps children help others, is collecting books for Shelby County School libraries. With the assistance of librarian Kristy Alley of Knight Road Elementary, picture books and chapter books for children of all ages will be organized and distributed to area schools. The group is accepting books for babies, preschoolers, K-12, and young adults from March 1 to 31. For more information about Little Helpers, go to their Facebook page.  


Drop Off Books at These Locations    

Kids Station, 579 Erin Drive, Memphis  38117
Donut Hutt, 1016 West Poplar, Collierville  38017
Kids Play, 9155 Poplar, Germantown  38139


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