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E-Base Library: Ready for take off!

October 1, 2014 • Posted in: E-Base Library, News, Workshops

With reading assessments almost complete, we’re working on fixing the last few details of the libraries.

With so many boxes of books making their way to Pench, organizing was the order of the trip. (Image: Monica Szczupider)

With so many boxes of books making their way to Pench, organizing was the order of the trip. (Image: Monica Szczupider)

Right from creating our inventory of books, labeling, registering and assigning each of the books a reading level according to our reading program, everything has its own joy (despite the mundaneness of the task).

Our reading level 3 shelf for the students.

Our reading level 3 shelf for the students.

We had two wonderful volunteers, Divya Nawale and Monica Szczupider who helped us with the painstaking task of organization of our libraries. Now, we’ve got a classic library system in place; all we need now is an enthusiastic set of bookworms to walk through the E-Base door!

Organizing the library books according to their reading levels. (Image: Monica Szczupider)

Organizing the library books according to their reading levels. (Image: Monica Szczupider) .

Along with volunteers Monica (left) and Divya (right), we went through the inventory making, labelling and classifying of close to 700 books,

Along with volunteers Monica (left) and Divya (right), we went through the inventory making, labelling and classifying of close to 700 books,

On the 12th of October, we will be inaugurating our libraries with the local school children and teachers. We hope to see a few of the parents too.

Watch out for our next post on the inauguration of our libraries!

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