For Super Grammar's second grammar-related good deed, I headed out to my friendly neighborhood bookstore, which in my case is the Books Inc. on Park Street in Alameda, CA. This is a great little book store. I'll often stop in to pick up books for my 2-1/2 year old daughter. Anyways, on their bookshelves, I found a nice copy of Super Grammar.
The East Bay Children’s Book Project. This wonderful organization works to promote literacy and learning in the Bay Area by putting books into the hands of children who have little or no access to them.
So like I said, doing a grammar-related good deed can be a lot easier than you might think, and giving a grammar book to a kid might just be the perfect way to celebrate National Grammar Day. And even if it's not—you'll probably still feel really good after doing it.
Donate. If you're not in the Bay Area, check with your local book store or library to see if they're participating in any similar types of programs.
The Super Grammar Team