Nearly 800 Books Go Home to Children of Duke Employees
Jay Frederick, August 23, 2021 Published in Duke Today
When Julia Anderson arrived home this summer with books in hand for her grandchildren, she barely walked in the door before her 5-year-old grandson, Logan, took notice.
“My books?” Logan asked, looking up to his grandmother.
“Yes, it’s your books,” Anderson said as he handed the orange bag to him.
Since then, the soon-to-be-kindergartener has kept one of the books, “Blue Hat, Green Hat,” with him wherever he goes. Throughout the day, the book travels with him throughout the house, including the playroom, where he has a bookshelf and place to read.