My Six-year-old daughter Andrea (Andie) loves reading and voraciously collects books for her library. After noticing a large number of street children in her new city, and surmising that those kids never had the chance to go to school, she urged us to build a tiny library in front of our small restaurant to help the underprivileged gain knowledge by sharing her love of reading. She regularly checks the tiny library if it is running low on stocked books, given the fact that more and more kids go there to borrow the books, or permanently keep them. Now, she wants to have more libraries built to benefit all the street children around the city that can be placed in accessible areas, such as churches, near public schools and public parks. She is even offering to go home-schooling to save her tuition money to build one tiny library per month (which costs approximately the same). Please help us help our daughter in her noble cause. Lack of education is the primary cause of the vicious cycle of poverty that is so prevalent in our country. As a family, we believe it is the basic right of every child to gain access to knowledge, if not formal education.