Our PROGRAMS

We currently have three programs to share our Classic Red Book Bag Rotation Program,
Family Shared Reading Program and Super Summer Learning Adventures.

Boy and mom reading

Classic Red Book Bag Program

receive a Red Book Bag each week filled with award-winning, multicultural books to take home and book share with the caring adults in their life.

Children receive a Red Book Bag each week filled with award-winning, multicultural books to take home and book share with the caring adults in their life.

Boy and mom reading

Family Shared Reading Program

is a fun way to support early literacy and school readiness through reading routines and meaningful home-school connections.

Family Shared Reading Program is designed to help families build home libraries. This program includes a family guide to support caregives
with strategies to maximize shared reading time together with their child.

Boy and mom reading

Super Summer Learning Adventures

reinforces early learning skills through investigation, critical thinking, imagination and meaningful family experiences.

 

Super Summer Learning Adventures activates summer learning in the home. Families receive easy-to-use tools and resources through language, literacy and math development, social emotional learning and wellness activities

start a program

Bring Raising A Reader’s turn-key and flexible program to your community. When you join the network of national Affiliates you will receive our support every step of the way. Together, we will help children become kindergarten ready and 3rd grade reading proficient.

Reading is a thread that winds through all of academics and life. If we can help parents understand this, they will have children that are more eager and ready to read. A love of reading is linked to life success. The most engaging aspect of [Raising A Reader] is the Red Book Bag. It offers so many opportunities for learning and fun!!
Community College Coordinator

Tucson, AZ

I really like the Raising A Reader Program because it exposes my daughter to different types of books. It also commits me to reading to her on a regular basis. She seems more motivated and actually chooses to read them on her own.
Parent

Prescott, AZ