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Wee Give Box connects book lovers with nonprofit free book programs across the United States to help give free books monthly to local preschool children, many in need.

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Thank you for helping give the gift of reading and books to kids in your community.

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Book Givers 

One book a month. 12 books a year. 60 books total.

First Library ( is an early childhood literacy program that promotes reading by mailing free books monthly to children of first time mothers.

Their mission is to promote early childhood ​literacy through book ownership, educational support and library patronage.

Children registered in their monthly free book program can receive up to 60 free, brand new, age-appropriate books, until the age of 5, at no cost or financial obligation to their families.

Parents are asked to read to their child daily and maintain regular library patronage.

Its incentive and reward program, more First Library, allows first time parents to earn additional free book through various free reading related activities.

Most First Library™, in conjunction with First Library gives first time mothers in need additional books plus new clothing and educational toys throughout their child's first three years of life, free of charge, through its incentive and reward program.

The program promotes healthy and responsible parenting, and early childhood literacy, book ownership, journaling and regular library patronage.

In middle-income neighborhoods the ratio of books per child is 13 to 1, in low-income neighborhoods, the ratio is 1 age-appropriate book for every 300 children.

 COLLECT IT.            FILL IT.

     PRINT IT.         ​INCLUDE IT.

61% of low-income families have no age-appropriate books in their homes. 

Reach Out and Read, Reading Across the Nation: A Chartbook, 2007.

       SHIP IT.          DEDUCT IT.

     GIVE IT.              SAVE IT. 

On average, children in economically depressed communities have 0-2 age appropriate books in their homes.

 Jeff McQuillan. The Literacy Crisis. California State University, 1998.

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Neuman, Susan B. and David K. Dickinson, ed. Handbook of Early Literacy Research, Volume 2. New York, NY

Reach Out and Read, Reading Across the Nation: A Chartbook, 2007.