Read to Succeed is a literacy initiative to end book deserts by providing diverse books for schools, centers and non-profits so children have access to FREE books and reading opportunities. This literacy-rich program is designed to inspire and spread the joy of reading, inclusive for all children.

 

Literacy is the ability to read, listen, write and speak in a way that allows children to communicate effectively. The power of literacy helps children build successful experiences leading to future success. 

Books for Dream Dine Charter School, New Mexico

Promoting literacy: Pediatric health Care at Newton Wellesley​

Celebrating Read Across America at the Martin Luther King, Jr K-8 School, Dorchester​, sponsored by Needham Bank. Third grade students receive a copy of Danny Dollar Millionaire Extraordinaire, a financial literacy book for kids.

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We love our Giving Tree. We provided copies of Jerry Craft's books, New Kid and Class Act for students at​ the Conservatory Lab Charter School, Dorchester.

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Students at the Mason Pilot Elementary School in Roxbury, received copies of Danny Dollar, by Ty Allan Jackson.

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Promoting literacy and sharing the joy of reading at Boston Community Pediatrics.

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"I can’t tell you how grateful we are for all these gorgeous books!!! The staff is over the moon to have such beautiful, culturally appropriate books to offer our patients. Truly, it’s amazing! With deepest thanks for you and your partnership."

Molly Zucker

Chief of Strategy and Innovation

Boston Community Pediatrics