The Seattle Globalist reports a new traveling book collection of Asian American books has made its debut in Seattle.
The API Flying Book Shelf came about after Sabrina Chen discovered a book store in San Mateo and discovered the Asian American Curriculum Project.
She knew right away that she wanted something similar in Seattle.
“I’ve never been in a bookstore where it was primarily APIA authors, writers, artists just everywhere,” she said. “Go to Barnes & Noble, and it’s their Asian section which is very culturally based.”
The book store is set up for one month in Seattle’s International District. No word on where its going next.
But wouldn’t it be nice if someone donated a book mobile and really made this collection mobile.
You can read more about what’s next for the AAPI Flying Book Shelf in the Seattle Globalist
You can hear about what the collection already means to people in the clip below.