The First Book Marketplace is an online resource available exclusively to schools and programs registered with First Book and serving children in need.
The First Book Marketplace offers thousands of brand new resources at 50-90 percent off retail price for kids from birth to 18, including award winning and culturally inclusive books, school supplies, e-devices, teacher resources, games and other educational products for program leaders and educators serving children in need.
The First Book Marketplace was created by First Book, a nonprofit social enterprise that has provided more than 170 million new books and educational resources to children in need, increasing access to needed materials for educators and program leaders, and helping to elevate educational opportunities for our children and teens in need. You can learn more about First Book and our mission at firstbook.org.
The First Book National Book Bank is a website exclusively available for First Book members where you can find an ever-changing assortment of new books and resources by the carton, available for only the cost of shipping and handling.
Fast Facts about the Book Bank:
The resources on the Book Bank are ideal for members with limited budgets, high quantity needs, and greater flexibility around content.
HOMER LEARN-TO-READ PROGRAM
A Digital Reading Program Proven to Increase Reading Scores
The Homer Learn-to-Read program was developed by teachers and literacy experts, built on Harvard and Stanford studies, and backed by Gold Standard research. With hundreds of hours of reading lessons, a vast library of stories and songs, and endless virtual field trips, Homer gives your program a boost of confidence and creativity!
Explore the 3 different educator plans available below. Once you've purchased the plan that's right for you, you will have complete access to the Learn with Homer site for one year, with the option to renew annually for a discounted rate.
“Salem For All!” consists of a group of interested citizens and a coalition of participating organizations in the community of Salem.
Many, but not all, of the opportunities listed by “Salem For All!” are designed to be accessed by holders of Oregon Trail (SNAP) cards as proof of low income.
Our goal is to make opportunities for personal fulfillment available to “All!”, and build a strong fellowship among all citizens of Salem.
striving to be a source of valuable and meaningful experiences