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Reaching Families

This Holiday Season, help us bring books to 9,000 families.

$5 can help reach 1 family

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$25 can help reach 5 families

Give to 5 families

$50 can help reach 10 families

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Give today so that parents everywhere can enjoy storytime with their children.

Your donation will go twice as far thanks to a match from Worldreader's co-founder David Risher. Learn more about the Million Dollar Challenge

So far we've reached

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2140

out of 9,000 families

Meet The Families

Parents who are already using the Worldreader app to read bedtime stories to their kids

Lalita Jatwa

“My daughter likes it when I read to her. She asks me to repeat the story 10 times.

When I was in class 9 I got married. There is a lot of difference between when I was a child and for my children growing up.”

Stories you'll be sharing

Your donation will help provide local and culturally-relevant books to families.

Here's an example of some of the books families will be reading thanks to you.

1.

बूडाबिम / Boodabim

by Alankrita Jain

Boodabim floats in the sky, he swims in the ocean and he simply glows in stripes! Who is he? Minimal text and rollicking illustrations make this a most endearing book for little ones.

2.

The Unboy Boy

by Richa Jha

Gender stereotyping has strong under currents in the social fabric of India and in many cultures around the world. Richa Jha tackles this difficult subject with unburdening simplicity and lightness of tone.

3.

Growth and Changes

by Marni Sommer

This book tells the stories of young girls confronted with the body changes that come along with puberty.

4.

Duck & Goose

by Tad Hills

New York Times bestselling author and illustrator Tad Hills brings our favorite feathered friends out to celebrate Valentine's Day. What does Goose need more than anything this Valentine's Day?

5.

Sosu's Call

by Meshack Asare

Sosu's Call is the story of a disabled boy, his dog, and his incredible spirit! It has won many prizes and awards including 1999 UNESCO 1st Prize for Children's Literature in the Service of Tolerance.

6.

Fortunately, the Milk

by Neil Gaiman

Reminiscent of Roald Dahl's titles, this book will sweep children away into an unimagined world and make them wonder if their own parents have ever had any secret adventures.

7.

The Shadow

by Thembinkosi Kohli

What do you do when a big, scary stranger follows your every move? Where do you hide? Can you ever really get away from the frightening giant?

8.

Wanyama

(African Storybook Collection)

This collection of stories from the African Storybook Initiative is perfect for young animal lovers.

9.

Wimbo Wa Matatu / The Matatu Song

by Muthoni Muchemi

A counting book in Kiswahili and English with the rhythm of a song that also teaches children respect for the law. Colourful illustrations bring to life a lively storyline.

10.

Why is Nita Upside Down?

(Bookdash)

Age 6-12. Nita’s hanging upside down. Can she turn the right way round?

The Worldreader library is big and diverse.

  • 45,904 Titles
  • 15 Categories
  • 43 Languages

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