Teen Readers Society to Launch New Book Donation Program for Young Afghan Refugees 

SANTA MONICA, Calif., November 15, 2021 — Teen Readers Society today announced that it is providing up to 2,000 books to Afghan children and adolescents resettling in the United States as part of Phase One of a new English literacy program. The books are being donated to the program by Better World Books and Penguin Random House.

Teen Readers Society Launches Book Donation Program for Hospitalized Teens 

SANTA MONICA, California, Sept 1, 2021 — Teen Readers Society today announced that it is launching a new program to donate brand new books to teens who are hospitalized. […]. The first recipient of the program is UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, which is now offering books to teen patients at its San Francisco and Oakland locations. Teen Readers Society plans to expand the program to other similar hospitals around the country later this year.

Penguin Random House Donates Books to Teen Readers Society for Children and Teens Affected by Fires

SANTA MONICA, Calif., December 15, 2020 — Teen Readers Society today announced that Penguin Random House is providing up to 5,000 of its new books to children and adolescents who have been affected by the recent historic wildfires in the Western United States. The partnership and the book donation are made possible by Penguin Random House’s “Author Promotion Campaign” that ran between October 12, 2020, through December 11, 2020.