The leading advocate for family literacy in Hong Kong

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Let us join hands to promote parent-child reading in the community!

We now invite local non-profit making kindergartens, primary schools and community centres to apply for our free Library and Training Program. If you are interested, please click on the icon below for more details.
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Book Bag Library Program and Bookcase Program

The Book Bag Library is a lending library. Through this program, families have easy access to a wide selection of the highest quality hardcover children’s books, along with audio recordings. The Bookcase install in community organizations such as nurseries, kindergartens, community centres, shelters, and health clinics and filled with high quality children’s books.
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Become a Member!

By becoming a Family Member of Bring Me a Book Hong Kong, you will be part of larger community of like-minded individuals who value the importance of igniting a love of reading in children. You will gain exclusive access to many family membership benefits while directly contributing to our work in improving family literacy in Hong Kong.
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We use evidence-based research to provide:

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- Transformational trainings for parents and educators.

- The best Chinese and English children’s books.

- Quality programs to access authors and literacy experts.

To enrich the lives of ALL in the Hong Kong community.                          About us

 

Our Achievements and Impact

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Since 2006, we have:

- Installed over 350 libraries.

- Trained over 20,000 parents, teachers, and social workers via our First Teachers™ Trainings.

- Served over 128,000 children across Hong Kong.

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What we do:

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- Bookcases

- Book Bag Library

- Community Training

- Replenishment Program

- Speaker Series




Map of programs

Read Aloud Demonstration

Upcoming Events

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The Standard Goodies: Appreciating silence

The Sound of Silence

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