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Selecting your book is the first step to launching your program. Click on a book cover to read a description of the title.

Due to global supply chain issues, a number of our books are on backorder with our publishers. Before you decide on a book for your program, please click here to review the most current list of backordered books and when they might be available.

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Questions about our Books?

Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most frequently about participating in a Read to Them program. If you don’t see your question or have something else you’d like to know, please reach out to us at programs@readtothem.org.

Read to Them’s catalog of titles is divided into four categories: Trends Younger (shorter length, simpler themes), Trends Older (longer length, more complex plots and themes), Great for All (appropriate for all grade levels), and Middle School.

The list of themes includes: Acceptance, Adventure, Animal Protagonists*, Bullying, Courage, Diversity, Environment, Financial Literacy, Fun, Friendship, Kindness, Resilience, STEM/STEAM, and Teamwork.

Yes! At the bottom of our book page, you can suggest a book that could be a good fit for a school-wide reading program and our  staff will look into it.

Some titles in our catalog have a slight upcharge for one or more of the following reasons: the title is a premium selection, the title is only available in hardcover, or the title is in Spanish.

Read to Them’s Book Selection Committee is composed of three Read to Them staff members, five educators, and one member of Read to Them’s Board of Directors. Books under consideration are read and carefully vetted by each member of the committee. Each cycle is six months, with each  period ultimately resulting in the addition of new titles that will delight both students and educators.

Books that may contain sensitive content for young readers and your community will say so on its individual book page, and specify what that sensitive content is so that you can decide if it’s appropriate for your school and community.