This fall ReadBoston and the Harlem Globetrotters partnered to engage over 5,000 Boston Public Schools (BPS) students in their September Read-a-Thon. Over the course of two weeks, K-5th graders at 21 schools vied to meet the Read-a-Thon challenge of reading
Over the course of six Parent Literacy Leadership workshops, parents from various parts of Boston came together to learn early childhood literacy and develop their leadership skills in order to share reading techniques with fellow parents in their communities.
The ReadBoston summer Storymobile is coming to a location near you! From July 10 through August 4 audiences will be treated to an interactive storytelling experience and every child gets a new book to take home. The program is best suited
Your gift of $15.00 buys 5 books. Your gift of $50.00 buys 15 books. Your gift of $100.00 buys 30 books. Did you know that in underserved communities one in every 300 children owns a book? ReadBoston needs your help
The 2017 ReadBoston Storymobile application is now available! The Storymobile program will run from July 10, 2017 – August 4, 2017. For four weeks this summer, professional storytellers will provide children with interactive stories and every child who attends takes
ReadBoston is proud to support the Boston Saves program, an initiative of the Mayor’s Office of Financial Empowerment. This program encourages families to start saving for their child’s post-secondary education. Boston Saves provides families of students in Kindergarten with $50
On the Tadpole Playground in Boston Common, a mass of rambunctious, chatty, and excited kids have gathered. There are over 600 kids in attendance – a small event for the Tadpole where the Storymobile can attract upwards of 1,000 attendees.
The ReadBoston summer Storymobile is coming to a location near you! From July 11 to August 19 audiences will be treated to an interactive storytelling experience and every child gets a new book to take home. The program is best
Every spring, ReadBoston visits libraries all over the city looking for engaging picture books that were published the previous year. We consider books that engage children ages 4-8 with a theme that strongly resonates with them. We want illustrations that
At a parent breakfast at the Otis Elementary School in East Boston, Elsa Flores leads an early literacy workshop in Spanish to a packed cafeteria of 40 parents. Meanwhile, in a kindergarten classroom upstairs, Malika El Hadeg leads the same