Send an E-Card & Give a Free Book

To celebrate the New Year, The Literacy Site is proud to announce that one new book will be donated to a child in need for every “Give a Free Book” e-card viewed, for a limited time.

Here’s how it works:

You send the “Give a Free book” e-card to family and friends. When your e-card is opened, First Book and our premier sponsor, Pi Beta Phi, will provide a new book for a child in need.

So, when you send this e-card greeting, you’re doing more than just saying hello–you’re giving the gift of literacy. Spread the word and be sure to forward it on!

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