35,000 Children’s Books Donated to Schools in Fife

Socially minded online bookseller opens doors for Children’s Book Giveaway

Dunfermline, UK – (August 14, 2015) – This week Better World Books held a 3 day children’s book giveaway for teachers. The event was held at their warehouse in the Castle Industrial Centre, Dunfermline. Over 300 teachers attended the event. The majority of teachers came from within Fife, although some travelled from Perth, Dundee, Hamilton and the Borders.

There were thousands of books available for teachers to select from. They were divided into age ranges of 0-5 years, 6-10 years and 11+ years. Teachers were provided with boxes and could take as many books as they wanted.

Tom Walker, Operations Manager at Better World Books said “This is the first time we’ve opened our doors to donate books to teachers. We have been overwhelmed with the response and we’ve received fantastic feedback from the teachers. We’re delighted that these books now have new homes in classrooms and school libraries throughout Scotland.” Better World Books runs a donations programme that aims to find new homes for the books that they cannot sell. To find out more or to request a donation for your organisation please email donations@betterworldbooks.co.uk.

About Better World Books

Better World Books (http://www.BetterWorldBooks.co.uk) is a for-profit socially minded business and a global eretailer providing products and information to socially conscious consumers. Better World Books collects and sells new and used books online matching each purchase with a donation, book for book, and with each sale generating funds for literacy initiatives in the UK and around the world. Since its founding in 2003, the Atlanta and Mishawaka (US), and Dunfermline (UK) – based company has raised more than £13.5 million for libraries and literacy, donated more than 17.5 million books; re-used or recycled 196