It’s one thing to to schedule a planned visit after we have set up a library. Usually the school, knowing the donor is visiting, makes a concerted effort to tidy up the space and fill it with students who are instructed to behave and read. It is quite another when we plan a surprise visit, to see how the library is being used on a day to day basis. Thus, we were so happy when we did just that at Lewa, and found a class of students reading quietly in the library as the librarian worked away covering the remaining books that needed to be covered. It was the perfect scene to come across!
The library at Lewa is a project of the Field-Marsham Foundation