We are thrilled to announce that our book "PAWANKALI" got covered by Kantipur News. The book explores the conflict between humans and nature in a way that is insightful to young readers.
Books for Change is committed to the cause of girl child education in rural Nepal, but when we receive pictures like these as acknowledgment, it only strengthens our resolve further.
The first 1,000 days of a child's life are the most important. What’s the most important thing a child has? It’s their brain. And yet, we’re not caring for children’s brains the way we care for their bodies.
Paul Kalanithi, was a neurosurgeon who was diagnosed with lung cancer in his mid-30s. He wrote this fascinating book on confronting mortality. Here, he reflects on his changing perception of time.
Erleben Sie wie eine 'Books for Change' Bibliothek in Nepal entsteht. Dank Ihrer Unterstützung erhalten tausende von Kinder Zugang zu Bücher. Wir danken Ihnen herzlich.
This is the story of the young Jane Goodall and her special childhood toy chimpanzee named Jubilee. As she observes the world around her with wonder, she dreams of "a life living with and helping all animals,"...
The first time I became pregnant, I was not even aware I was going to be a mother and did not know how to raise the child,” said Wosti, as she sat cross legged on the floor of a shelter home in Kathmandu.
Residents of Sarasota, Florida, have been impressed with the piano skills of Donald Gould, a homeless man who is living on the streets. Gould, a 51-year-old Marine veteran, learned to play the piano as a kid.
We’re used to thinking that charity just means giving poorer people money. In fact, it’s about much more. It's about extending sympathy to another human being – who may be us.
In a culture where being social and outgoing are prized, it can be difficult to be an introvert. Susan argues in this talk, introverts bring extraordinary talents and abilities to the world, and should be encouraged.
In this gorgeously photo-filled talk, join Nelson's quest to understand — the world, other people, himself — by making astonishing portraits of the world's vanishing tribes and cultures.
When Anna end Andrea were asked to design a product to assist relief efforts in Haiti, they considered the dangerous conditions at night and turned their attention to a critical need: Light.