Bring Me A Book
Bring Me A Book™ Hong Kong (BMABHK) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2006 to serve children who do not have access to quality books and who are not read aloud to on a regular basis. We provide libraries of quality, hardback children’s books and read aloud training to children and families.
Through innovative library and training programs, BMABHK reaches underserved children and families in nurseries, kindergartens, community centres, shelters, health clinics, and in workplace.
BMABHK is an affiliate of Bring Me A Book™ Foundation which is a 501 (c) (3) award winning literacy non-profit headquartered in California, founded by Judy Koch in 1997. The Hong Kong affiliate was established by James and Su Chen from the Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation.
Summer Storytelling July & August, 2015
Education and Empowerment, Access to quality books, Children’s Book Selection
Underprivileged Children (0-11 years), Parents and Educators
Bring Me a Book Hong Kong is the leading advocate for family literacy in Hong Kong. We empower parents and educators to read aloud with children through our award-winning “First Teachers Training” program and speaker series. We also provide bookcases and book bag libraries stocked with quality picture books in English and Chinese to help local schools, kindergartens and community centers in need.
What They Do
Bring Me a Book Hong Kong reminds parents to find time in their busy lives to read withtheir children – to have conversations with them and instill a life-long love of reading and learning in their child. We guide parents and educators to the best books for children and provide consultation to schools and social workers in the field of early childhood literacy and motivation – focusing on reading for pleasure not just academic success.
As of 2015, Bring Me a Book has installed 308 libraries, served over 120,000 children and provided 18,000 parents and teachers with the confidence and skill sets required to read aloud effectively through our award-winning training program.