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Ink-a-Dink Bookstore, General Motors, Candlewick Press, and American Booksellers Association Partner to Benefit “STEM Reads” Book Giveaway and Hindi’s Libraries

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Caledonia, MI, November 22, 2022 –(PR.com)– “Part of Ink-a-Dink’s core mission is to get books into the hands of more readers everywhere,” says owner Kim Childress. “As part of our community give-back, we are constantly looking for places to donate and share books, and we are proud to partner with publishers such as Candlewick Press in such publishing initiatives.”

Through the STEM Reads Book Giveaway program, Ink-a-Dink Children’s Bookstore was able to provide free copies and garner attention for Hindi’s Libraries, a nonprofit organization bringing books to children throughout the world.

With the goal of distributing 20,000 copies of a special paperback edition of The Last Mapmaker to readers in underserved communities, the #STEMReads program is funded in part by General Motors’ Future Fiction Collective program, which aims to encourage young readers to explore their interests in science, technology, engineering…

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