In middle income families, there are thirteen books per child at home. In low income families, there is one book available per three hundred children. Libby wants to change the statistics in her community and she needs a little advice.
I love a good quest. Go, Corinna.
“I think about the families that made these dilapidated structures homes when they were shiny and new. I think of how tough life must have been in this dry, hot land before all the modern conveniences. I wonder where the people went.” – Chriss wants to photograph 100 abandoned houses.
Want a simple way to learn a new language? There’s an app for that. Thanks, Mary.