This past Sunday, Jennifer asked LifeSpringers to donate new children’s books to the Meadows Community Center. The books will be housed in a newly painted bookshelf for children in an updated space in the Meadows Apartments.
A list of books can be found by clicking on the picture up above. All books should be new or practically new. No dog-eared, marked on, or dirty books, please! Books that are self-purchased may be given to Jennifer Ruffalo by Sunday, December 15 at the Christmas Dinner.
Money can also be given to Jeana Chambers by December 6, and she can purchase books on her Scholastic account at school. (You can get more for your money by doing this.)
LifeSpring is developing a reputation as a group of people who wants to be helpful in the good work that the Meadows Community Center is doing for children.
A list of best-selling children’s books are below.
- Dog Man: For Whom the Ball Roles–Dav Pilkey
- Dog Man Fetch 22–Dave Pilkey
- Small Spaces–Katherine Arden
- If I Built a School–Chris Van Dusen
- Fing–David Walliams
- Other Words for Home–Jasmine Warga
- Rumple Buttercup–Matthew Gray Gubler
- Breakout–Kate Messner
- The Way Home for Wolf–Rachel Bright
- Not if I Can Help It–Carolyn Mackler
- The Curse of the Werepenguin–Allen Woodrow
- Ali Cross–James Patterson
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Wrecking Ball–Jeff Kinney
- The Tyrant’s Tomb (The Trials of Apollo Series)–Rick Riordan
- Dork Diaries–Rachel Renee Russell
- Pete the Cat: 5-minute Pete the Cat Stories–James Dean
- The Dinky Donkey–Katz Cowley
- Guts–Raina Tellgemeie