Second Novel Published! - Congrats, Aria "Rani" Sindledecker....Amazing Accomplishment!!!

Ava Thompson

Dear PASA Rinconada Community,

 

My name is Rani Sindledecker (some of you know me as Aria, but I am going by my middle name now), I am in Coach K’s AAG group and I am 12 years old. I just published my second novel, Age of Aliens: Azul.

 

As a literacy advocate, and through my collaboration with Worldreader, I am raising money for an Anganwadi school in India to receive an entire library of more than 500 digital books that they can access from home during this pandemic and beyond. This even includes training for the teachers.

 

I’ve chosen to work with Worldreader for a few reasons.

 

I have been lucky enough to have a Kindle and access to Kindle Unlimited. As a voracious reader, I can read books anytime and anywhere which has been especially valuable during the COVID-19 pandemic. And I want kids all over the world to have this advantage too.

 

Worldreader is focused on the future in literacy by providing digital books to those in need. By doing this, those in need are not limited to the number of printed copies of a book that can be donated. They can read books right now, for free, through Booksmart on an electronic device.

 

How can you help...

 

If you purchase my book, 100% of the proceeds (minus printing costs) will go to Worldreader and help children in need learn to read.

 

You can read more about my latest novel (the second of the series) and purchase it by going to Amazon here:

 

https://amzn.com/1734380020/

 

If you want to catch up and read the first book in the series, you can purchase that here:

 

https://amzn.com/173438008X

 

All proceeds from the sale of both books will go to Worldreader.

 

You can also donate directly to my cause through my collaboration with Worldreader here:

 

https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/help-aria-bring-digital-reading-to-kids-in-india/

 

Even $5 will help. It all adds up. For every $3000 I raise, a new Anganwadi school will receive access and training to an entire library of books.

 

So often so many of us forget how fortunate we are to be able to read. Something as simple as learning how to read or having access to any books is a dream for many kids. If I can spark a love of reading in even one kid, I will have made a difference. Please join me in my quest.

 

If you like the book, please feel free to review it on Amazon. It will help get the word out there.

 

Thank you!

Aria “Rani” Sindledecker