Please Donate to Support the Production of New Free Ebooks

Your help can speed up the creation of new ebooks. Please donate now to help pay for formatting and proofreading as we add new titles to the catalogue of free ebooks. As you may know, the scanning of the original manuscripts creates many errors that need to be fixed manually by reading line after line in page after page, a time-consuming and expensive process.

Our goal is to increase print exposure for high school students so that they will be better prepared for college and the workplace. Textbooks are not enough. Students need interesting reading experiences at a variety of grade levels that textbooks are not providing.

With your donation to our 501c.3, which is tax deductible, you help us produce and market more ebooks for high school students.

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Your Comments Please

We would like to know how you and your students are doing with the ebooks we have produced so that we can share this information with new readers.

Please tell us about your experiences teaching the ebook/s you have chosen for your classes. And if possible, ask your students to write with their opinions of the ebooks they are reading.

Please send your comments to and we will add them to the new Reading Experiences post. And let us know if you want your name and the name of your school district included.

Thank you.

Convince your staff that the volume of reading matters.

Ask teachers if print exposure can make students smarter. Consider the ideas of Keith Stanovich at

If they agree with Stanovich, where will more print exposure come from? Will students reading below grade level enjoy World History textbook paragraphs about people of the river in Mesopotamia, or do they need something more engaging?

Share the work of Anne Cunningham and Keith Stanovich with them which shows how the volume of reading influences reading comprehension.