West Philadelphia Alliance for Children
It’s been ten years since the Hamilton Elementary School at 57th and Spruce Streets had a library.
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This is the first day in 25 years that students at a West Philadelphia public elementary school can visit a library in their building.
The West Philadelphia Alliance for Children is bringing more than 30 authors, illustrators, and local celebrities to visit eleven area schools this week.
The head of the West Philadelphia Alliance for Children (“WePAC”) says his organization has stepped up by donating books to the Heston Elementary School and providing provide volunteers to man the library and read to students.