Friday, September 23, 2011


Paradise Primary School gathers books for Cambodia

WITH the help of his school mates, seven-year-old Callum Levi has collected more than 200 books for students in Cambodia.
The Athelstone youngster heard from a family friend about the poor living conditions of children in Siem Reap and decided to help.
His mum Tina said Callum was shocked that Cambodian students at the Pure Dream Centre had only seven books in their library.
“A friend of ours went to Cambodia where she was helping out and she posted letters to her friends asking for help,” Mrs Levi said.
“He wanted to help them because he couldn’t believe what he has in comparison.”
Over the past three weeks, Callum and his friends at Paradise Primary School had gathered about 200 children’s books.
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