Books to Go for Tweens and Teens is our main mechanism for reaching middle and high school students who need books.
We hold Books to Go distributions three times a year, in late August, early December, and early May. These are scheduled to coincide with the times of greatest vulnerability for students who do not own books as well as the school calendar and expressed needs of teachers and nonprofit partners working with middle and high school students. As with all of our programs, books distributed through Books to Go are provided free of charge to students who need them, and students select their own books in order to build home libraries filled with books that excite them. Beyond those specifications, partners are encouraged to distribute the books to their students in whatever ways are best suited to their schools and organizations.
Are you an educator or nonprofit partner who works with middle or high school students from low-income families? If you’d like to be added to our mailing list to receive invitations to future distributions, send an email to Community Partnerships Manager Daniele Berman at firstname.lastname@example.org.