Make-A-Book Project Certificate of Achievement
The Make-A-Book Project Certificate of Achievement. For our project in Argentina with the U.S. Embassy, the kids will be receiving their own copy of the book and the certificate of recognition pictured above. We added another 18 illustrations to the certificate to honor even more students.

Certificate of Recognition

Ambassador Martinez Director Canepa
Here is Ambassador Martinez presenting a certificate to Director Javier Canepa of Escuela Pública Nro. 3 “Arturo Marasso”. In the background, you can see the map of Scott’s adventure around the world on a bicycle.

I’m very excited. This Thursday the Ambassador to Argentina will be visiting some elementary schools in Buenos Aires to read the new Spanish edition of my children’s book. The kids will be receiving their own copy of the book and the certificate of recognition pictured above. We added another 18 illustrations to the certificate to honor even more students. What a great honor for me to have 2000 books given away to the kids, some whom are so poor that they have never owned a book.

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