A while ago we shared with you our excitement (read: obsession) with the movie and app for The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore.
We are thrilled to announce that it has received a VERY WELL DESERVED Oscar nomination for “best animated short film”.
We sure hope it wins the statue, it has already won over our hearts.
Thank you, Moonbot Studios, for your genius and the happiness you have brought us.
Watch the magic here.
Check out this high school that has had 2 separate students hosting events in different ways! We are so excited to see this.
Alway happy to share new ways in which people add Milk + Bookies to their lives.
The lovely ladies at ASSEMBLE GALLERY in Seattle, Washington put on this pretty party at their store/ gallery. Doesn’t it look great? Any version of getting books, giving books and feeling great about both – we are all over.
Milk + Bookies… it’s not just for kids.
Any chance we get to celebrate our love of books, we are happy to share. This amazing stop motion movie is such a lovely way to think about books and the lives they lead when we are sleeping.
Watch and enjoy: The Joy of Books
With over 25,000 books raised and more than 6,500 children participating in our program thus far, we are ready to start 2012 with a bang!
Above is Frankie, our Milk + Bookies Teen of the Year 2011 who hosted THREE class projects events around Los Angeles.
Other winners include;
Olivia, age 7, Milk + Bookies Young Leader of the Year 2011, who raised over 450 books for her birthday in Franklin, TN.
Kim Fainas, Teacher of the Year 2011, a 4th grade teacher in Ocala, FL who organized a M+B book fair that raised 1,971 books for thier community.
And Milk + Bookies Philanthropic Family of the Year 2011 goes to the owners of Flywheel in Boca Raton who had a spinning book drive raising over 500 books.
Can’t wait to beat all of these incredible numbers for 2012.
Thanks for reading and for your interest and support in Milk + Bookies.
Happy New Year!