Boise State University has announced that Albertsons Library and Margaret Sass, an adjunct professor at the university, will be presenting a cultural children’s book display.
The display will include works by students
that are featured in Sass’ UF200 children’s book project. The display is
currently ongoing and will end on Dec. 5.
As a service-learning project, university students were
tasked with the creation of books that feature cultural awareness, diversity
and empathy for children from grades pre-kindergarten to second grade. When
their books were complete, the students had hard copies printed before reading
their books to children at schools or at the Garden City Public Library Bells
for Books Bookmobile.
When the book display at the Albertsons Library comes to a
close, all of the books create by the Boise State students will be donated to
the Garden City Public Library. Sass has expressed her excitement over
participating in the program and stated how much her students enjoy giving back
to the local community.
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