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What the KCP Means to Me:

Susan Scott | Tacoma, Washington

Stock-KindleI used to have piles of books all over the house that I didn’t have room on bookshelves for and hadn’t gotten around to reading yet. With my Kindle, my “piles” of books still exist, but at least they no longer take up space!

That’s why I was so thrilled to hear about the Kindle Classroom Project. Reading has been so important to me ever since I was a kid. I get to “experience” other places, learn about different viewpoints, and expand my knowledge of things I’m interested in. I’m delighted to be able to contribute to other kids being able to have access to the same things!

Ed. Note: Thank you, Susan, for writing this testimonial! Also, Susan is challenging four more KCP supporters (now 3 — thanks, Brian!) to donate $50 each to take advantage of Amazon’s current deal on the Kindle Fire. Let me know if you’re interested!

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