Listed below are literacy resources and services that we provide.
Earn a free book or join a book club - for youth and adults
This list is linked with reading tips, fun challenges and more.
Discover resources to home school or simply find resources to supplement lessons from traditional school settings.
Go beyond the book(s) and check out our directory of over 60 authors.
Book reviews are important to any reader to discover new books and to ensure that the content is suitable. Find several books listed on this website as well as Instagram.
Do you have a playdate or other group event coming up? Let us host your next book/craft party or a simple storytime. Mobile Mocha Books will be available this summer!
Our lit(erature) boxes and baskets are unique to each reader, family or classroom and available for all ages. Literature Bundles are the perfect gift option for buyers who wants to gift books, but don't know where to start. Think of Mocha Books as your personal shopper. There are tons of literature to choose from. With this option we cut out the hassle of you completing such a task. This way you can simply enjoy the gift of giving.
If you have specific books in mind, but would like for us to create a personalized box with activities we can do that also.
For this service, please email Mobilebooks@readwithmochabooks with "Lit Bundle" in subject line.
Listed below are websites and programs to assist you and your growing reader. Resources marked with a star have been utilized by a member of the Mocha Books team. Mocha Books does not endorse any resource listed below. Please research each resource.
*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, reading assistance and 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.
*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.
JustMeoMaya blog - antiracism resources
Listed below are organizations that provide reading incentive programs.
*Mocha Books Lit' Clubs - Earn a free book in exchange for an oral or written reading report.
*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.
These resources are not endorsements. Please research all information. If there are any other programs that you would recommend we add, remove or update, please contact us with the information and links.
last updated 03.17.2020