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Celebrating our Student Authors

It’s that time of year again. As our programs wrap up we’re busy delivering student-authored books to our classes, attending publishing parties and watching students open the books to the contents page to find their names among the list of authors. It’s time to celebrate our young authors. As we add another student book to our Gallery, it’s easy to see […]

Thank You to Our Volunteers

By Volunteer Coordinator Emily Rosenberg At the beginning of every program we tell students that they’ll be working with writing coaches individually or in small groups. We want them to experience an intimate professional writing workshop and to thrive as authors under the attention of an editor. We’re able to keep that promise thanks to the 125 volunteers […]

Opportunities for Corporate Summer Reading Series

Behind the Book’s annual corporate summer reading series is just around the corner. The school year is quickly drawing to a close, and with 200 literacy workshops in K-12 classrooms nearly completed, Behind the Book is turning its attention to NYC’s literary loving adults. The corporate summer reading series is Behind the Book’s annual summer fundraising […]

Original Art Giveaway for Children’s Literacy

Announcing a Special Delivery Art Giveaway to benefit literacy non-profits. Philip Stead, author of the Caldecott Medal winner Sick Day for Amos McGee, and illustrator Matthew Cordell are the author illustrator team behind this week’s new release, Special Delivery, and to celebrate their launch they’re raffling some of their original art to benefit children’s literacy. This […]

March Volunteer Opportunities

When you join the Behind the Book team, you will have the opportunity to work in a flexible, fun, creative and innovative work environment. Share your passion for literacy, kids and making a difference. This month, we have the following volunteer opportunities. No experience is necessary. If you haven’t worked with us before fill out […]