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We believe

-All children deserve access to quality picture books, and to be read to on a daily basis.

-"Children are made readers on the laps of their parents."

-Effective reading aloud to children is a skill that can be taught.


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Our Achievements and Impact

Since 2006, we have:

-Installed over 300 libraries.
-Trained over 17,000 parents, teachers, and social workers via our First Teachers™ Trainings.
-Served over 120,000 children across Hong Kong.

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Apply for Our Library Programs

Our libraries are filled with quality, brand new, age-appropriate hardcover children's books in Chinese and English.

Please click below if you are interested in applying for a Bring Me A Book™ Bookcase/ Book Bag Library for your site.

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Latest Entries

Win a free Real Music Production X Bring Me A Book Hong Kong CD!

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  We are happy to announce the release of a new CD created and produced by Ms Rachel Kar and her Real Music Production. First, Rachel volunteered her time and musical talent to create original music and lyrics for four songs based on win...

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Diane Frankenstein’s Adult Summer Reading List

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Not sure what to read this Summer? See below the recommended booklist for adults from Diane Frankenstein!   "I start with a tingle, a kind of feeling of the story I will write. Then come the characters, and they take over, they make the s...

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16 June 2016: Grace Notes present Soul Sisters @ The Hub

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"Soul Sisters", presented by Grace Notes, the a cappella group of THKWC. Featuring songs by Aretha Franklin, James Brown to name a few, the evening promises to have you singing along and dancing in your seat! Tickets are 250HKD, which includes a drin...

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Make reading a joy not a chore, Hong Kong parents and teachers urged

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South China Morning Post – Saturday, 28 May, 2016 By : Raquel Carvalho A charity has urged parents and teachers to change their mentality and encourage children to read books for pleasure rather than just to achieve higher grad...

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