The books donated to our library by Kids’ Books Bolivia are tattered and torn from so much use. After every new book presentation by the SIT students, children from our library come back and enthusiastically tell the neighborhood kids about the gringuitos who read their books aloud. They encourage others to read the books.

Teodoro Fulguera, "Atillka" Youth Organization and Community Library Network

Cochabamba, Bolivia

As a teacher in a bilingual program, it is near to impossible to find books published in places other than Mexico or Spain. As our school is part of the International Bacchalaureate program, it is very important to have resources to teach them about South America as well. As a graduate of SIT Bolivia, teaching a unit about Bolivia using books more recent students have developed is exciting for me, and that excitement transfers to my students.

Jessica Firestone, SIT Bolivia ‘00, Elementary School Teacher

Portland, Oregon

It was important for the audience [at the XIV Bolivian Dance Competition of Saya Caporal at George Mason University’s concert hall] to learn about what is being done and can be done in Bolivia with our children. The books were spectacular and I would like to obtain copies for my Quechua students at George Washington University, for their culture and language content.

Julia Garcia, Quechua Professor at George Washington University and Director of the Pro-Bolivia Committee

Washington D.C.

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