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129 Seamon Road, Suite A, Farmington, ME, 04938

 

 

Jaimi's Book Program provides free books to community members.

(2433 books in 2019)

Some of the books are the ones she wrote, many others are sourced.

In 2018, Jaimi Buck, a Literacy Volunteers student of over 6 years, published her first children's story, titled Trouble Wave the Rooster. She wrote it about her barnyard animals and it has an anti-bullying message. Her friends, tutor and board members chipped in to help her illustrate the book, publish it, and purchase copies for distribution (over 230 volunteer hours!).

 

 

See a couple of Jaimi's favorite

pages from the book.

118 books given in 2019

Jaimi and her tutor bring stacks of books to schools, libraries, and festivals. They read-aloud, do a puppet craft activity, and all the kids get to take a free copy of the book home!

 

 

One of the kids' favorite activities is to make Trouble Wave popsicle puppets! His leg even moves to kick the pineapple!

 

 

Got Literacy Bucks?

 

Literacy Bucks can be exchanged for books at cooperating book stores.

 

Keep an eye out!

Literacy Bucks are distributed throughout the year ( in 2019 we gave out over 1000! (we put 360 in the United Way Packs for Progress- backpacks that go to school kids in need). 

 

Spend the bucks  (a buck a book) at the following participating locations:

Twice Sold Tales, Wilton Library Book Store, and Phillips Library Book Store.

 

We collaborate with local used book stores to accept donated books for distribution to families in need.

 

If you're interested in donating books, contact the store location of your choice to arrange for the donation. See list below.

Jaimi's Book Program Donation Contacts:

*Twice Sold Tales: Amber at 778-4411 or twicesoldtalesllc@gmail.com

Twice Sold Tales Facebook page

*Wilton Library Store: Bruce at 645-2727 or bruce.ibarguen@gmail.com

*Phillips Library Book Shop: Hedy at 639-2665 or hlangdon@phillips.lib.me.us

Phillips Library Book Shop Facebook page