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Listed below are websites and programs to assist you and your growing reader. Resources marked with a star has been utilized by a member of the Mocha Books team. Mocha Books does not endorse any resource listed below. Please research each resource.
Literacy, Education, and Book Resources
*Teach your monster to read is a fun, digital resource to use for early readers.
*R.E.D Zone - free educational sheets and fun literacy resources.
Read Brightly - books related, reading assisting, parental posts
*Story Online - celebrity read alouds and teaching guides
That All May Read - Free Braille and talking library book service
Imagination Library - Books are mailed from birth until they start school. This service is free and only in select areas.
*Author & Book List - A list of authors and their books categorized alphabetically by state.
*Hereweeread - a diversity platform that shares books, resources and other services offered.
*The Conscious Kid provides resources on race, equity, and education.
*Lulu's Book Journey - a book blogging family that provides lists and reviews of diverse and African american book and authors. Check them out to see their current journey (as of 12.31.18) of diverse authors A to Z.
1000 Black Girls Books Resource Guide - A curated list of books that feature black girls as the main character. Also cataloged by reading level.
Read With Malcolm - "Read with Malcolm is a youth literacy initiative founded by Super Bowl Champion and Author Malcolm Mitchell. The organization’s goals are to introduce book ownership to students in households where reading is not a priority and to improve literacy in schools with below grade-level reading skills."
Mobius - Mobius is a linking library. Most often if you cannot find what you are looking for in a library you can request it from Mobius. It's free.
Maya's Book Nook - "promoting language and literacy skills through diverse children's literature." They have a wonderful (beyond the book) section that includes discussion questions and crafts to go along with the book.
*Mocha Books Literacy Program - Earn a free book in exchange for an oral or written book report. Participate in the summer reading challenge.
*Braums Book Buddy Program - Earn free ice cream while you read. This program is ran during the traditional school season.
*Pizza Hut Book It Program- earn free pizza while you read. This program is ran during the traditional school season.
*Barnes & Noble summer reading program - earn a free book by completing the reading challenge.
*Tulsa summer reading program - earn free prizes by completing a reading log.
Books-A-Million - complete a reading challenge for pencil case and pencils
*Six Flags Read To Succeed - Earn A free ticket to the nearest six flags by logging reading hours.
If there are any other programs that you would recommend please contact us with the information and links.