The International Book Bank Honors McGraw-Hill Education

The International Book Bank, a non-profit that ships donated books to developing countries, will honor McGraw-Hill Education, a leading global provider of educational materials, with its first President's Corporate Partner Award at the Book Bank's 20th anniversary celebration on April 12, 2008.

Over the last ten years, McGraw-Hill Education generously donated books to the International Book Bank to help increase global literacy. The books are housed in the International Book Bank's 43,000-square-foot warehouse in Southwest Baltimore, where custom shipments for literacy programs in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America, are created and sent from the Port of Baltimore.

Dr. Charlotte K. Frank, Senior Vice President of Research and Development from McGraw-Hill Education, will accept the award at the International Book Bank's event. The event takes place at Enoch Pratt Central Library and will also feature John Bul Dau, a Lost Boy of Sudan, as keynote speaker.

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