The poor old woman’s free bookshelf

The poor old woman's free bookshelf 1

That is the Buong Ha Reading Space bookcase of Ms. Vu Thi Nga.

That is the Buong Ha Reading Space bookcase of Ms. Vu Thi Nga.

Her dream came true when she attended the `Reading Cultural Exchange` in Quynh Phu district.

Ms. Nga said that in the early days of its establishment, the Buong Ha reading space encountered many difficulties, many people said she was lazy.

The poor old woman's free bookshelf

Readers come to read books.

Although she has not studied at any school or class on book management, Ms. Nga still maintains the activities of Buong Ha Reading Space well.

She¬†also organizes many practical activities to stimulate people’s love of reading, such as giving away suitable books to close readers at the end of each year or celebrating the birthday of close readers with anniversary books.

From those practical and meaningful activities, up to now her Buong Ha Reading Space has attracted hundreds of regular readers, including elderly readers.

The poor old woman's free bookshelf

The rickety level 4 house, where Ms. Nga’s free bookshelf is located.

Sitting next to me in a tiny two-room house with nothing of value other than books, she shared that because this year she is old and doesn’t know how many more days she can live.

* Readers submit entries here.

The contest `Write a miracle` is organized by VnExpress Electronic Newspaper in collaboration with Hura Deli brand – Bibica Joint Stock Company for citizens living in Vietnamese territory.

Nguyen Van Vuong

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