Dominican government helps Bronx and city kids by donating books

The Dominican government is helping kids in the Bronx and city keep in touch with their heritage by donating books.

The books, which are all written in Spanish, include works of poetry, literature, history and reference volumes. Four schools including John F. Kennedy High School were chosen to receive the books because they serve the largest Dominican populations.

City officials say the donation is a symbol of diplomacy between the U.S. and Dominican Republic.

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