Students who like to read do better in school and life. Plus, reading is cool.

Kindle Classroom Project

The Kindle Classroom Project promotes a love of reading by providing Kindles and good books to high school students in San Francisco, Oakland, and Hayward.

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Our Stories

Student kindle

"I am using the Kindle and to be honest I love it. It's so much easier to read and have in my bag. I think it's helping me not give up on books since I don't lose my place ever." ~ Alasia, San Francisco

See the Impact

The Library

The Hate U Give
by Angie Thomas

Rated 4.7 stars by our students


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The Hate U Give
by Angie Thomas

Rated 4.7 stars by our students

  • 2 reviews were left.
  • 107 all-time downloads.
  • 16 all-time reviews.
  • The title of the book is The hate U give. This is the story of Starr who is the person who changed her neighborhood. She wants to stop racism but polices, harming people get in the way. I recommend this book to anyone who is interested how people treated others. Here is one from the book ¨what the point of having a voice if you're going be silent in those moments you should not be?' I like this quote because it shows how Starr will stand up for herself. I liked this book because it talks about racism and how people got treated. This book reminds me of how back then was because back then white people would treat black people differently. This book teaches us that everyone could make a change. ~ Melissa, Oakland


The Project

Student

Reading Is Cool

We have already been making positive change in the classroom.

  • Generous supporters have donated 241 Kindles and 382 e-books to the project.
  • More than 300 students have read 3,000+ books.
  • This year, we’re expanding to our 7th classroom.
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What's Next?

We continue to grow and improve our reach so that more students can experience the joy of reading.

  • Reach 300 Kindles and expand to 8 classrooms,
  • Reach 500 titles in the e-book library,
  • Create a promo video,
  • Create an online system to keep track of students, the books they read, and the overall success of the project.