Magazines and comics bring comfort and hope after the storm

We serve academically at-risk, low income families who cannot afford books and reading materials and do not have access to the internet. We strive to get families reading together. We would appreciate any magazines for Pre-K or K level and also, magazines for adult readers.   -- Pennsylvania educator As we gear up our industry-wide effort [...]

Hurricane Matthew

Our hearts and hands are with the millions of Caribbean and American children and families facing unspeakable devastation in the path of Hurricane Matthew. MagazineLiteracy.org will marshal every fiber of our mission to bring comfort. Join us. 

This long walk from Trenton NJ delivers literacy to Jamaican school children

This year, our theme, “Steps to Advance Literacy,” serves two purposes: We’re focusing on Jamaica—a small island where big things happen—and bringing awareness to the distance students in some countries must travel each day just to get to school. -- International Literacy Association The International Literacy Association is getting ready to celebrate the United Nations [...]

Literacy roadtrip for summer reading

Today we are celebrating the incredible mastery of children's illustrator Aja Mulford who created this beautiful poster for our literacy roadtrip campaign.  Our Madison office is prepping magazines for a trip to 1,200 California kids and teens in 18 locations in time for summer reading when academic gains are at greatest risk.  After that, we [...]