A 12 year-old New Jersey girl started a book drive to help victims of last years tornado in the Joplin area.
After six weeks she collected 800 books.
Noa Feingold and her mother drove down with all of those books and donated them to Mercy Hospital.
Some of the books are being put in the pediatrics center and the rest of the books will have to go into storage and brought out as needed because there are so many.
Feingold collected the books, coloring books and crayons using email and her temple.
"My family sent out an e-mail to a bunch of my friends and my temple helped me collect a lot of books and I just told a lot of my friends and they helped a lot," says Feingold.
"Having a book to read and quiet time, cuddling up with mom or dad, it's just a very comforting setting for a sick child," says Marilyn Welling of Mercy Regional Medical Center.
The books will be used for quiet time in the hospitals pediatric unit.