Books needed for Nal'ibali's tuk-tuk libraries

The libraries are eager to receive donated books of good quality - children and adult books in all South African languages

09 July 2019 - 10:37
Nal’ibali’s mobile tuk-tuk at the Ikageng Library in Orlando West in Soweto, South Africa.
Nal’ibali’s mobile tuk-tuk at the Ikageng Library in Orlando West in Soweto, South Africa.
Image: Daniel Born

Nal’ibali – South Africa’s reading-for-enjoyment campaign – has launched four mobile tuk-tuk libraries in selected townships in KwaZulu-Natal, the Eastern Cape, the Western Cape and Gauteng.

Loaded with books, stories and other reading materials, these colourful libraries will not only promote a culture of reading for joy, but increase access to children’s books for those living beyond the easy reach of a public library through a set weekly route, and fun weekly public literacy events.

The libraries are eager to receive donated books of good quality – children and adult books in all South African languages are needed. If you have any books to donate, please email Patti McDonald at patti.mcdonald@tisoblackstar.co.za.

Patti will get back to you in order to collect them.


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