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The Open Books Project was a Small Press Distribution program to reach out to seniors by supporting book groups.
From January until June, 2011, four book groups took place in three Marin County libraries and in a community center in Mill Valley. This spring four more book groups will take place in Marin County. For more information about the groups or to create your own book group please contact SPD at email@example.com
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Marin County Free Library and Engage As You Age, a Bay Area wide service organization for seniors, are SPD's partners in this pilot program.
This pilot project recognizes that the growing population of highly literate seniors in California (and elsewhere) will benefit from guided access to SPD's independently published books. The Open Books Project (formerly called the "I Remember" project) provides facilitators, supporting materials and free SPD books for everyone participating in the program.
<Let The Water Hold Me Down READING GUIDE>
<The Shyster's Daughter READING GUIDE>
<The Junk Dealer's Daughter READING GUIDE>
<Dune Child READING GUIDE>
<Border Of A Dream READING GUIDE>
<The Road, And Nothing More READING GUIDE>
<Ashes In Love READING GUIDE (En Español)>
<Ashes In Love READING GUIDE>
<Only What We Could Carry READING GUIDE>
<The Old Whitaker Place READING GUIDE>
<Platicas de Mi Barrio READING GUIDE (En Español)>
<Welcome to Miami, Doctor Leal READING GUIDE>
<Aún READING GUIDE (En Español)>
<Still Another Day READING GUIDE (English)>
<Khirbet Khizeh READING GUIDE>
<I'Jaam READING GUIDE>
Click here for Photos, Writings, & other exciting results of the Open Books/I Remember Project!
Jasmine Dreame Wagner
The God of Longing
A Moment More Sublime
InExperience and UnCommon Sense in Translation,with some reference to Umberto Eco's Experiences in Translation, Meiji University Lecture, with appendix, Thinking About Translation, Bremen Address
5th Generation Immigrant