Category Archives: Partner Stories

#MLKDay: Doing Small Things in a Great Way


by: Int'l Book Project

on: January 15, 2015


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“If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way”  ― Martin Luther King Jr. Our small shipments are an excellent example of how something small can make a great impact. We may never fully know the effect a book has on a person, but the smiles on our partners’ faces […]

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What is an education worth?


by: Int'l Book Project

on: March 17, 2014


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Someone asked me the other day “how important is your education to you?” and I obviously answered by saying my education is one of the most important parts of my life. However, education has always been very accessible to me. Since the age of five I would wake up and my mom would drive me […]

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A Donor’s Heart: Susan Poulos


by: Int'l Book Project

on: February 24, 2014


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In the fall of 2009, after a fifteen-year career in sales and marketing management, I began a new position with an international non-profit working to eradicate child slavery headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Over the next two years, I traveled to Ghana, West Africa, on three separate occasions for up to two weeks at a time. I made some […]

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For the Love of Reading: Ghana Book Fair


by: Int'l Book Project

on: February 12, 2014


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I am a lover of books.  I enjoy times when I can go into a bookstore and carefully read and select a new book or two. Like a child, I quickly walk, with a little bounce in my step, to the sections I enjoy and begin to investigate the books cover by cover and word […]

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