Global and Digital Readers

Mobile reading changes people’s lives every day. See how 2015 started out with thousands reading on their mobile phones.

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Worldreader is a non-profit on a mission to bring digital books to every child and her family, so that they can improve their lives.

  • 185,137 people reading every month
  • 54 countries
  • 15,519 book titles available
  • 2,201,405 people reached since 2010

Our Books

Books change everything. Browse our library of 15,519 titles and see how you can help make it even bigger.

Get E-Readers

Are you a non-profit organization looking for e-books for a school or library in Africa? Get e-readers through Worldreader BLUE Box.

Our Book Club

Contribute $25 a month to help children have the books they need and discover our African and Indian collections.

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Worldreader es una organización sin ánimo de lucro que facilita a niños y a sus familias el acceso a libros electrónicos con el objetivo de mejorar su calidad de vida.

  • 185.137 personas leyendo al mes
  • 54 países
  • 15.519 títulos disponibles
  • 2.201.405 personas leyendo libros desde 2010

Qué hacemos

Nuestro objetivo es crear un mundo donde el analfabetismo sea cosa del pasado.

Quiénes somos

Todo empezó con una biblioteca cerrada con candado en Guatemala. Cinco años después, miles de personas tienen acceso a nuestra biblioteca digital.

Cómo ayudar

Si eres amante de los libros y reconoces su importancia en la educación, podemos colaborar juntos.

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Latest From Our Blog: The Literacy Ledger

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