Changes are Coming to the PA One Book Program

In 2019, the Pennsylvania One Book Program will adapt to meet the increasing need to support early literacy to Pennsylvania’s youngest learners. These changes include a shift in focus to get more books into the hands and homes of more children, and there will be two books available for purchase.

   

·   Barnyard Banter, by Denise Fleming, for infants and toddlers (available in English)

·   Not a Box, by Antoinette Portis, for children ages three to five (available in English and Spanish)

There are no minimum or fixed quantities required! Early learning providers, library staff and community partners can purchase the exact number of books needed. To keep costs more affordable, paperback options are the only available option.
 
Purchasing of the two titles are through Scholastic Publishing Family and Community Engagement (FACE) program. If your organization already participates in the FACE or Scholastic Literacy Partners Program, you will just need to complete the order form available from Scholastic Publishing. Click here for the order form.
 
A two-page Family Fun Guide for both titles will be available on the PA One Book website (www.paonebook.org) by January 2019. Other guides aligned with the Pennsylvania Standards for Early Childhood will also be available with activities for use by early childhood educators and families.
 
With this change, copies of the One Book titles will no longer be mailed to early learning programs, however anyone may purchase and donate copies to child care homes and centers, as well as families.

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