As you celebrate Veterans Day today, remember all our  soldiers stationed overseas. We’ve collected seven different ways you can share books with our troops.
First up, E-Books for Troops will help you share your used Kindle with our troops overseas.
Here’s more about a recent donation (pictured): “we loved the extra effort taken by members of Alpha Battery, 4-320 Field Artillery Regiment, 4th BCT, 101st Airborne Division, to show their appreciation for the 10 Kindle 2′s that we shipped to them earlier this year in Afghanistan.  Note how well the specially made camo jackets donated by M-Edge Accessoriesblend into the scene.”
2. Operation Warrior Library connects writers with military personnel.
3. Books for Soldiers mails books to troops.
4. Operation Paperback sends paperbacks overseas.
5. Books-a-Million will let you select and purchase Books for Troops in a special program.
6. Operation eBook Drop focuses on eBooks.
7. Follow this Google search to find many more options for sharing books with soldiers.
—via Galleycat

As you celebrate Veterans Day today, remember all our  soldiers stationed overseas. We’ve collected seven different ways you can share books with our troops.

First up, E-Books for Troops will help you share your used Kindle with our troops overseas.

Here’s more about a recent donation (pictured): “we loved the extra effort taken by members of Alpha Battery, 4-320 Field Artillery Regiment, 4th BCT, 101st Airborne Division, to show their appreciation for the 10 Kindle 2′s that we shipped to them earlier this year in Afghanistan.  Note how well the specially made camo jackets donated by M-Edge Accessoriesblend into the scene.”

2. Operation Warrior Library connects writers with military personnel.

3. Books for Soldiers mails books to troops.

4. Operation Paperback sends paperbacks overseas.

5. Books-a-Million will let you select and purchase Books for Troops in a special program.

6. Operation eBook Drop focuses on eBooks.

7. Follow this Google search to find many more options for sharing books with soldiers.

—via Galleycat