It might not be the most conventional way, but an Indonesian man is finding ways to bring books to children on Java Island.
Ridwan Sururi and his horse, Luna, travel to remote villages and schools three days a week to deliver donated books to children with limited resources.
Sururi calls this project Kudapustaka or horse library. And it’s a promising project to encourage children to read.
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