Online sales benefit schools & jails

Krusader Publishing agrees to donate all proceeds from ebooks, Kindle books, and Nook books to fund literary & mentoring workshops in Chicago elementary schools, and all physical book sales on & for fund inmate book clubs.
April 28, 2012 - PRLog -- Oak Summers, an author of several books and the founder of Krusader Publishing stated, "Your culture is influenced by Art, and Art reflects your culture."

This viewpoint was relayed as he spoke about the evolution (or de-evolution) of urban music and film in the past 25 years.
"Both music and movies rely on the story you want to tell," he continued. "And what better way to share a story than through books? In my opinion, there's definitely a correlation between reading and all other forms of artistic expression because those stories opens your mind to broader views."

Now Mr. Summers is putting his money on it.

Krusader Publishing has agreed to contribute all funds generated from sales online, and donate them to fund literacy & mentoring workshops in Chicagoland public schools.

He also sites the 64% illiteracy rate in prisons as the primary reason that inmate book clubs are essential.
To further enforce that point, Krusader Publishing has created Convict Cooking Magazine to encourage inmates to read, think, cook, and cultivate their cognitive thinking skills. The magazine is free to inmates and funded by sponsorships, donations, and advertising.

So enjoy a good book and encourage the love of reading everywhere.

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