Book Donation from Souderton Area Administrative Assistants Association (SAAAA)

Book Donation from Souderton Area Administrative Assistants Association (SAAAA)
Posted on 02/01/2021
Photograph of SAAAA Book Donation

The Souderton Area Administrative Assistants Association (SAAAA) recently donated books to each of the nine school libraries in the Souderton Area School District.  In collaboration with school librarians, SAAAA wanted to share their commitment to student education through this

 donation. 

Photograph of students being read to...Each of the elementary schools; E. M. Crouthamel, Franconia, Oak Ridge, Salford Hills, Vernfield, and West Broad Street received a copy of The Couch Potato by John Jory and Pete Oswald.  The Couch Potato shares the important message of limiting screen time and experiencing the "real world" whenever possible.

Genesis Begins Again by Alicia D. Williams was donated to the Indian Crest and Indian Valley Middle School libraries.  Genesis Begins Again is a powerful story about an adolescent and her journey to self-acceptance.

The Souderton Area High School library received No One Is Too Small to Make A Difference by Greta Thunberg.  No One is Too Small to Make a Difference is a collection of Greta Thunberg’s speeches that have made history across Europe and throughout the world.  Thunberg sets a positive example of the influence that young adults can have on their community and world.

In their effort to support small businesses, SAAAA purchased some of the books at The Towne Book Center in Collegeville.