LetsRead intends to get books off of the shelves and into readers’ hands. So that readers who are unable to pay them can obtain the books they want. They urge students and general readers to donate and share their used books for free or at a reduced cost. LetsRead may be helpful for book lovers. It makes it simpler to manage all of the books competing for your attention and helps you locate the interesting book more quickly.
Doing so will ultimately contribute to climate change through the reusability of the books. Consequently, less paper will be produced and more trees will be preserved. People can give the books they have previously read, especially the syllabus books of schools, colleges, and universities, which enable the students and readers to the affordability of books during the current financial crisis of the country.
To further improve the quality of life, it is better for society if we encourage reading habits. Reading actual books, as opposed to reading on screens, is also better for the eyes. It will assist in creating a community for the readers so they can communicate with others who share their interests. LetsRead seeks to promote not just a culture of reading books but also ideals of sharing and reuse.
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