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We want your books!
Posted 30/03/2018 06:55PM

Clear your book shelves and make room for more!

Book Drive: April 9 - 27 (collection in homerooms)

Book Sorting / Pricing: May 2 - 3

Book Sale: May 4 - 5

Volunteer HERE!

  • Do you have books that you no longer need but which someone else would enjoy?
  • Maybe you are leaving Hanoi soon and don't want to ship all of your books to your next posting?
  • Do you want to donate your books to a good cause?

This Book Sale is an opportunity for both kids and adults to purchase used books in their native tongue, or another language, at bargain prices! Please donate books that you don't need any more, so that other families can enjoy them!

  • During the Book Drive all ECC, ES and MS classrooms will collect books in their homerooms. The classes ( ECC+ES+MS ) and an  individual (HS) with the most donated books will receive prizes.
  • HS students can donate books at two places- there will be box with tally sheet located in front of the library and in the DP Lounge - G29.

We also greatly appreciate your help to sort all donated books on Wednesday May 2 and Thursday May 3, and to assist sales on Friday May 4 and Saturday May 5.

Click here to volunteer!

Types of books collected: Kids' books, adults' books, fact or fiction, English, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, German, Swedish, French – We are interested in books on any subject, in any language spoken within the UNIS Hanoi community. If it's a book that someone else might enjoy, donate it (please no outdated travel guides, class readers or inappropriate books please!).

  • Funds raised from the SCO Book Sale will be used to empower a variety of literacy projects created and led by UNIS Hanoi students through our Service Learning Programme.
  • For example, helping to create a community school library in Pu Bin and Sapa led by our Grade 8 Middle School students!

Questions?   Let us know!

Kanako Lacson and Pavla Jarkulischová, Used Book Sale Co-ordinators

Contact us at:

2017 Service Learning Literacy Project in Pu Bin Province supported by funds from the SCO Book Sale.

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