Will you join hundreds of other book sponsors to get books to more children in Laos? Each sponsorship helps us publish one more book in a country where that's still a rare event. Here are details about how to send your sponsorship donation.
Books that need a sponsor: (all amounts are in U.S. dollars)
THE GREEN BOOK ABOUT BIRDS
Did you know that parrots who live in different regions develop different dialects? Our "I Can Read!" series teaches the Lao alphabet letter-by-letter. This book provides fascinating content for children who have learned only half the alphabet.
Lao language. Sponsorship: US $1600
THE PEN REFLECTS MY LIFE
These stories and personal essays were written by young people in Laos, including college and high school students. They represent the hopes, loves, and pain of young people in Laos today.
Lao language. Sponsorship: US $1300
PEOPLE OF THE FOREST
For untold centuries, a little-known people lived deep in our forests. They slept in temporary lean-tos, with no written language or agriculture. Here is the story of these people, whom our grandparents called "The Spirits of the Yellow Leaves."
Lao and English. Sponsorship: US $1400
LAO ANIMALS COLORING BOOK
Add some color to the animals that live in the Lao jungle with this coloring book! Every page features a different animal, with large drawings and interesting facts printed in Lao and English.
Lao and English. Sponsorship: US $1000
THE VERY HUNGRY WOLF
This collection popular stories uses extra-large type and a minimum of pictures, so that beginning readers will focus in on the printed words.
Lao language. Sponsorship: US $1000
Can you help? Donations can be made be credit card, by bank transfer; in the USA and Australia you can send a check. Full details are on the donate page.
Sponsors will get a thank-you both in the book, and on our website. If you prefer not to have your name appear, or would like to be listed in a particular way (as a business, for example, or with a partner's name), please let us know.
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