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14 September 2017 · 1:04 pm

beautiful thanks

We received this beautiful card at APBP in August 2017: “I also want to thank personally Corina for finding the transgender workbook I received. It was super helpful and several of my friends have found it educational as well.”

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Women’s Book Club at Hazelton

Wondering what the women’s book club will be reading? Here is our fall schedule!

September 1            Writing Workshop

September 29          “Worse Than Slavery”: Parchman Farm and the Ordeal of Jim Crow Justice by David Oshinsky. Excerpt from Slavery By Another Name by Douglas Blackmon

October 13               Writing Workshop

October 27               The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls

November 10           Writing Workshop

December 1            God Help the Child by Toni Morrison

December 16           Writing Workshop / Celebration

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the great recycling

APBP is a serious joy. Interns and volunteers selected books, stopped traffic, and moved 90 boxes of books across a small city​ + campus to be recycled. Katie Vogelpohl, Beth Staley, Corina Scott, and Emilie Shumway, you are superheroes!

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more of our summer transformation

before & after summer 2017

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Major Pruning

So grateful to our amazing summer interns and volunteers–Katie Vogelpohl, Beth Staley, Corina Scott, Emilie Shumway–who have spent hours & hours pruning our shelves. The workspace is light and airy, and the books people want so much easier to find!

new space 2017

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Donation

Every now and then someone in prison sends APBP a donation. Usually this comes in the form of 5 or 10 dollars. The other day we received a check for $150.00 from a man incarcerated in Pound VA. He thanked us for a Ralph Compton book that we had sent and said he wanted to make a “small donation” to our educational outreach project. “I’ll be 70 years old in December and reading is one of the real pleasures I get out of life.” He also offered to send back to APBP the books that we send to him after he has read them. That way “you can send them back out … I look forward to reading the varied subjects you send me.”

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