These MKs in Cambodia love to read together! They just ordered a whole bunch of books through the Books for MKs ministry, and they are reading “G is for Georgia“. This older sister enjoys reading to her younger brothers, and it’s a way for the whole family to connect with books.
You can put a smile on a child’s face and get more books to missionary children like these, by donating to the BOOKs for MKs charity at www.gofundme.com/booksformks .
These Missionary Kids in Cambodia received some books from Books for MKs and are reading the Mandie series, Star Wars, and Dr. Seuss. These are some of my favorites too! I loved reading the Mandie series when I was a little girl, and it’s so fun to see another generation enjoying these stories.
These kids have excellent taste in books, and I love seeing the big smiles on their faces. It’s so important for children to find books they enjoy and encourage their love of reading!
This week I’ve sent out $400 worth of books to over 60 missionary kids in Israel, Ukraine, Mexico, Japan, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Malawi, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Romania, Philippines, Hungary, Thailand, Peru, Swaziland, and Argentina.
Merry Christmas, kids! I hope you love all the new books, and I know it will inspire you to read more and enjoy reading!
Want to get involved with this charity ministry? You can donate to the Books for MKs charity at www.gofundme.com/booksformks Every penny of your received donation goes straight to buying books for the missionary kids!
These MKs in the Ukraine just received a package of books, and they are already reading them over and over again! These two love adventure stories and princess books. They are excited to have new books to read!
Your donation will help more children like these to get the reading material they need!
Donate now at http://www.gofundme.com/booksformks to help these children get reading material!
Books for MKs is a charity organization that donates books to missionary kids on the foreign mission field all over the world.
To thank me for all the books I’ve sent them over the years, a sweet missionary family in Japan just sent me this lovely Japanese lantern that depicts traditional cormorant fishing. So beautiful, and I will cherish it all my life! There’s also a little bell that hangs inside. So sweet!
I only wish I could read the Japanese on the labels. Who reads Japanese? What does it say?