Sucre Lee (Sucre Reads)

3 BiblioWorks staff members, 2 interns, 11 volunteers, 2 scouts and 10 zebras*.

100 books for bus drivers, 150 posters, 200 flyers, 50 copies of Inti magazine, 370 books for passengers.


Update from Villa Abecia

IMG_9725After the speeches, music and poetry it was time to go into the library…

 Thursday October 29th, a team of staff and volunteers from BiblioWorks traveled to the library in Villa Abecia where they were met by children, youth, teachers and other members of the community. Everyone was eager to see the new books (139 bought by BiblioWorks and 125 by the municipal government of Villa Abecia) and to take part in a celebration of reading and culture complete with speeches, music and poetry by the educational and municipal authorities as well as students and volunteers.READ MORE

Megan Graff

My name is Megan and I am the volunteer and communications coordinator for BiblioWorks. I joined the team in September 2015. I am a teacher-librarian traveling on a Canadian passport but have lived and worked in many places. It makes me happy to help out in the BiblioWorks office but I most of all I like sharing books with children in Sucre and in the libraries! I will be leaving BiblioWorks at the beginning of May 2016.

Featured Library: Padilla
To be inaugurated in June 2016
BiblioWorks’ 13th library
4 hours from Sucre

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