Little boy creates a book library of love to help COVID-19 patients feel less lonely

Anaik Sachdev is spreading friendship one book at a time with his ‘Loving Library’ in Phoenix, AZ.
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You tell us. That looks forward. So yeah. Brian I am remembered. He is going to change with competitive. Yeah. She was there hospital. Her fortified base. And isolation oxygen and I think that was a title he realized. How artistic. He that they sent it there and even realizes that route when there's this could interactive anyway. It wasn't her battle with the eight communications Adams I think that's what it. He realized how fast this is really sad situation and help me help wanted Iceland are. Truly as of Italy have recognized. Each other sports muscles in time to. And loving every day as ratings at all. I. 60% where patients are lower incomes there was a dire need it is. To how bad. I think we always need to remember liken it. We can always do something wrong. Oftentimes we need I think as humans focus on the problems. And we can become entrenched enough and carry out this little boy that sees a problem. But I am very quickly takes initiative to create some really amazing and solutions. Here I'll tell us. Yeah. You know a lot. Colgate. Which can help people. Or charitable works and you can tell us if Whitney well. Library. Currently serves but I won't kid for it. Me up to me since the people can. We are Iowa State I mean that's irony. Then I got it still takes the books and that's the theory. Imitation. We looked at looks that might be inspirational people I meet water in the hospital. Evolves that's the classic so that we passes in aspects there against Chertoff. Most important piece and that is when you explain. Where these books are coming from a loving my room Amish young. Point eight years old and it is just such a giving the soul it means so much more. Yeah mean tiger began. We don't have to do or unconsciously. Patent. All about us. We're working on actually connecting have more another America's essential hospitals in Texas. Because it really is true you can sit down with the book and and really get absorbed and you'll hear from connecting with others. To me unique is an inspiration on how it. How you to stick so all I'm reading a book past. And things like and other.

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