When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, many evacuated children wound up going to school in Bossier Parish. And a school system in Williamsburg, Virginia came to Bossier's aid by sending boxes of literature books to alleviate the financial strain.

Now, Bossier schools are doing much the same -- sending thousands of no-longer-used reading and math textbooks to the school district in Moore, Oklahoma, which is recovering from last month's devastating tornado. A Tango Transport truck is making the delivery.