People in remote villages can now enjoy reading a book and learning just like developed regions across the world. Antonio La Cava wanted more people to be able to have access to books, so he decided to transform his van into a mobile library. He is a former teacher and understands the importance of an education, even if it’s from learning how to read at home. He recently took his van to remote villages in Italy where many of the people who live there don’t have access to literature.
Antonio didn’t want to see children or adults to be in a world where they couldn’t read or where they weren’t able to learn how to read. He wants people to grow in society. Reading not only develops people socially but in a cultural and an ethical way as well. Antonio wants people to understand that they can receive the gift of reading even if they live in a remote village because of others like him who want to make libraries and deliver books. Reading shouldn’t be a privilege only to those who have access to schools and libraries. It should be for everyone to enjoy no matter where they live in the world.