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Books for Habitat: “Literacy Happens at Home”

By Daniele Berman, Book Harvest Operations Manager (This article was originally published in the Durham Herald Sun in the “We Are Durham” section on Sunday, June 21, 2015: http://www.heraldsun.com/durhamherald/x110773248/Books-for-Habitat-Literacy-Happens-at-Home ) On June 12, Book Harvest joined the Ni/Ngeh and Parrish families as Habitat for Humanity of Durham dedicated their new homes, built as part of the… Read more »

Durham Herald-Sun: Books for Habitat: “Literacy Happens at Home”

On June 12, Book Harvest joined the Ni/Ngeh and Parrish families as Habitat for Humanity of Durham dedicated their new homes, built as part of the “Blitz Like a Girl” build in just one week. This partnership between Book Harvest, which provides books to Triangle children in need, and Habitat, which brings people together to… Read more »

My Favorite Book

By Abe Dunderdale, Durham Academy student and Book Harvest volunteer My favorite book is Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card. In it, we follow Ender Wiggin, a diagnosed genius, in his adventures through the International Fleet’s Battle School, a school for children with the intention of finding the best and the brightest military commanders in… Read more »

Books on Break Combats Summer Learning Loss

By Elaine Erteschik, Communications Manager, Durham’s Partnership for Children To succeed in school and life, children need ongoing opportunities to learn and practice essential skills. The summer months are almost here for students in Durham Public Schools, and we know that access to books in the summer is vital to every child’s academic success. How… Read more »

Beautiful Chaos

by Luke Jackson One of the most special experiences I ever had at Book Harvest happened a few months ago, when I went to stock shelves with books at the Carrboro Community Health Center with my mom, Daniele Berman, who is the Operations Manager at Book Harvest. To reach the children’s waiting room, we walked… Read more »