Books for Shaylin

Posted by: Christopher Foster | 4 years, 2 months ago | 0 comments

Shaylin Foster was a senior at Grovetown High School known for her generous spirit, acts of kindness, and compassion for others.  Shaylin was an avid reader who believed that readers are leaders. She loved to share her love of reading with her brothers.  January 10 marks the second anniversary of the day that Shaylin left this world.  In honor of her memory we are trying to assist children that have little to no access to books.  If you would like to honor Shaylin’s memory please donate a new or gently used book to Grovetown Elementary, Grovetown High School, or Quest Church between now and January 10th to support this mission.

We are trying to get two books for every student at a local Title I school that has 175 elementary school students.  Please help us show the world how small acts of kindness can change lives.  

Please feel free to give whatever books you have that you don't read anymore.  You can also feel free to donate your childhood favorites, but in case you wanted to buy some and weren't sure what to send here is a list of popular books for this age range:

  1. Pete the Cat series books
  2. Junie B. Jones series books
  3. Horrible Harry books
  4. Seuss series books
  5. Diary of a Wimpy Kid series books
  6. Nate the Great series books
  7. Cinderella series books
  8. Marvel comic series books
  9. Whoopi Goldberg books
    • Sugar plum ballerinas series
  10. I am enough by Grace Byers
  11. Judy Blume
  12. Captain Underpants
  13. Macie Jimerson
  14. Amelia Bedilia
  15. How to Survive Middle School
  16. Beacon Street series book
  17. Goose Bumps
  18. A to Z mystery books
  19. Dogman series books
  20. Big Nate
  21. Dork Diaries
  22. The 39 clues
  23. The Magic School
  24. The Gabby Douglas story
  25. Arthur
  26. Sassy


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