Give a Book
Ever think your child's (or grandchild's, or any child's really) teacher should get more books for their classroom library? Well, now you can gift books to the school or educational institution of your choosing. Pick your options (and I do recommend checking with teacher and school first just to be sure it is okay- any donation should be made with awareness of all parties involved) and checkout when you are done. Simple, easy, and you have contributed to years of learning and literacy, and taken a load off a teacher's wallet ;)
- Add My Book: Adds a copy (or more) of the book you are purchasing for yourself- This means you have to purchase a book for yourself! If you do not want to purchase a book for yourself (are you feeling okay?) or want a different book given, choose the next option.
- Just a Book: This option is for those who are not purchasing a book they wish to have a second copy of donated (maybe it isn't appropriate for the grade you wish to donate to), or who only want to purchase a book for donation purposes. This will be a book chosen by the Red Hen, either off a wish list if a teacher or school provides one, or one that is appropriate reading for the grade the teacher handles.
*If you homeschool, please contact the Red Hen through the Contact page and get a discount code for your personal use. If you are a member of a homeschool coop and want to donate books for the coop's use, this would be the item to use.
**Teachers: You have discounts for personal use books, just hop over to the Contact page and drop a note for the Red Hen. If you have a wish list that you would prefer those making donations use, you can also send those to the Red Hen through the Contact page linked above.
***Please refrain from using discount codes on these items- this listing is not a profitable listing, and the Red Hen is breaking even on cost for this when all costs are accounted for. Additionally, the collector's editions DO NOT COUNT in this and you will get an email asking you to select a different book. Honor system, folks- prove to me honor is not dead ;)
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