Freedom to Read, Freedom to Choose

by Lori Nofziger, Book Harvest volunteer I’ve had a library card for as long as I can remember. Over time, I read my way through the children’s section of my small-town public library, from the picture books and early readers through the elementary and middle school titles. Here, finding a book like Little House in… Read more »

Everett Reads

by Rebecca Stevenson, author and friend of Book Harvest (originally published 7/19/07 on her blog: http://birches17.blogspot.com/2007/07/everett-reads.html) Everett has been a strong reader for about a year now. He reads fluently, and with expression. And he can read Long Books: this past school year, he and I read the entireHarry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone together. The… Read more »

A Team Effort

by Amy Lynn McCarthy, Digital Marketing Analyst, Windsor Circle Today members of the Windsor Circle team were fortunate to spend the day volunteering with Book Harvest , to help it provide books to children in need within Durham and Orange Counties. Windsor Circle is committed to early childhood education, and we partnered with Book Harvest to help… Read more »

We’re Growing!

by Daniele Berman, Operations Manager Our new office—the one that felt cavernous and overwhelmingly large just a few months ago—has quickly been filling with exciting evidence of Book Harvest’s growth, first with the influx of over 25,000 books donated at our Dream Big Book Drive on MLK Day in January, and now with two new… Read more »