India’s Little Librarian.

In order to change the world and help people, you need to be old enough to understand the world. Not really. In Bhopal, India in one of the poorest neighborhoods in the city, a small girl has reached out to help kids around the village to read and have a good time.

9- year old Muskaan Ahirwar has opened a library in her neighborhood because there wasn’t any in her neighborhood. The library opened in January of this year and Muskaan gives them access to read books for free. The library is just outside her house and she started with just 25 books but now has a collection of 700. People send books to her from all over the country but also from countries near and far. Now 25 children come there to read every day but also to have games like quiz contests.

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