“We Bring The Magic!” Pam Leo Shares Book Fairy Pantry Project Wayfinder Stories
In this video with Pam Leo, author of the beloved Connection Parenting book and the new children’s book, Please Read To Me, you will discover how the Book Fairy Pantry Project meets the needs for literacy and bonding through a variety of creative and collaborative strategies.
“There is no shortage of books, there is a shortage of book fairies,” says Pam. You can start your own local Book Fairy Pantry Project with the free materials and guidance the website here.
As Pam shares, she “follows the call” as a relational activist (see Kindred Activism) to create BFPP projects such as:
100 Places-Before-Fall FREE Summer Family “Adventure Reading” Challenge, in response to this looming, potential double-jeopardy summer slide
100 Stories Project, “It Takes A Community” flyer explains the purpose of the project. Print on basic copy paper in black and white. Download the materials for this project here.
Read Pam’s posts on literacy and bonding on Kindred here.
About the BFPP
The Book Fairy Pantry Project is a grassroots family literacy movement. This project will be implemented by the people, for the people. Volunteer book fairy helpers will collect new and gently used, quality children’s books from donation boxes and book drives and deliver them to participating food pantries and WIC offices to be given out to parents.
“Virtually none of the major issues we face as a nation today can be successfully overcome until we eradicate illiteracy.” — Michelle and David Baldacci, Wish You Well Foundation