Reading is thinking. 
Right to read.

The Community Library Project believes all people should have access to books. We are a low-cost, people's initiative. We are committed to the work of building the movement for a publicly owned, free library system that is accessible to all.

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The Reading Project - Open Source Curriculum

We have found that many of our members can read words, but do so very slowly. We’ve developed ways to help build reading fluency. Several of the practices we used could be easily adapted for use in schools, even ones with poor teacher:student ratios. They are easy to implement for teachers, research-proven, and all it requires is time, books and commitment. 
Detailed program notes and evaluation summaries are available from the link below.
Read more about our open source curriculum

Our Student Council

The Student Council, made up of committed members are leaders and advocates in the library movement. The Student Council is responsible for the circulation program, for doing read alouds, for creating and implementing programs with the help of staff and volunteers.
Read more about the student council

Free Libraries Network

TCLP is proud to be a part of the Free Libraries Network. The network is a collective of free, community, school, college, hospital, and prison run libraries. The network aims to share resources, best practices, know-how, coordinate and act in solidarity on matters of policy and issues related to access to knowledge resources.
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Support and help us build a sustainable library program that expands access to books and promotes thinking through reading.
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Around 35000
Books in Collection
Read Alouds in One Year
Video & Audio Read Alouds via The Digital Library
The Community Library Project
Dharam Bhavan, C-13 Housing Society
South Extension Part -1
New Delhi - 110049

(Not for books donation. For books donation see)

Donations to The Community Library Project are exempt from tax under section 80G of the Income Tax Act. Tax exemption is only valid in India.
Illustrations provided by Priya Kuriyan.
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