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She Loved Baseball: The Story of Effa Manley by Audrey Vernick & Don Tate tells the story of a true all-star – the first woman ever inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
This book is recommended for kids ages 4 to 6 and currently available at a low cost for educators in the First Book Marketplace.
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Q. What’s better than cute little kids with brand-new books?
Ms. Hoskins sent us this picture of her class, kindergarten room 115 at Burton International Academy in Detroit, showing off the new books they received from First Book and our friends at the Detroit Federation of Teachers.
How much do books really matter for kids? Turns out the answer is A LOT!
Diversity in the Academy Awards
Latino Culture books for FREE!
Sign up before February 28th to be eligible!
How do you get your free books?
1. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/Register-Free-Books
2. Within a few days you will receive an e-mail to the e-mail address you provided with a discount code worth at least $200
3. Add at least $200 of books from the Latino Culture category to your cart.
4. Enter the code provided through the e-mail when you check out to get your free books.
Please share this offer with any teachers or educators you know!
Since 2012, the Powerful Pages partnership between First Book and Domtar has made real impact in communities across North America by putting new books in the hands of kids who need them most.
Disney’s new funding to First Book enables us to give you great new books for the kids you serve, free! Sign up with First Book before February 28th and you could get up to $200 worth of books free for your students (books available on a first-to-register, first-to-be-served basis). http://blog.firstbook.org/2014/02/04/celebrate-latino-culture-free-books/
(All educators at Title 1 or Title 1 eligible schools, and program leaders serving 70% or more of children in need are eligible to sign up.)
Know someone who might be eligible for free books? You can share the details with them here.