How to Help an African School Child and get a cool t-shirt
To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel by Harper Lee published in 1960. Whenever I have to list my favorite books of all time ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ always makes my favorite list.
That is why I was so excited when I came across “Out of Print website” on Twitter. Out of Print celebrates the world’s great books like “To Kill a Mockingbird” through fashion.
Their T-shirts feature iconic and often out of print book covers and re-imagined graphics designed to inspire young adults to read classic books like “The Great Gatsby,” “The Outsiders,” and “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
I was sent the ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ tee shirt for review and all I can say is that a photo does not do the t-shirt justice.
The shirts are folded and packaged in clear bags.
What my son thought was really cool was the t-shirt comes with a a library card.
(Designed by designer Mikey Burton)
Turning classic book covers into inspirational t-shirts is a great idea. I wish I had of thought of it and you know what else is great?
You can give back while you shop.
Books for Africa‘ for every single T-shirt they sell. Buy a shirt, give a book. It’s that simple. It’s a win-win situation. How could you go wrong?
For avid readers like my son this is the perfect place for you. My son could not wait to get the t-shirt on and wear it to school. He has already gone through the wide selection of t-shirts and sweaters at the ‘Out of Print website’ and chose several to add to his Christmas list. ( I best get out my wallet.)
Kids tees sell online from Out of Print for $22, with adult designs available for $28 each tee and $38 for sweatshirts. Literary art you can wear! How cool is that?
In this digital age, we have to keep the love of reading alive. Visit Out of Print today. Installing a love of reading in your child is one of the best gifts you can give them.
Are you on Twitter? Follow @OutofPrintTees.
A very special thank you to “Out of Print” books for their friendly and excellent customer service.If you liked this post, why not buy me a coffee?