"Thanks so much again for the generous donation of books from the Madison Reading Project to our Packer Community Learning Center. Both the students and staff are so excited to have these new stories. And thanks again for coming out Friday and helping to organize and clean our book cart with June. That service was really helpful as well."
Schenk Elementary School
"I worked with Carrie to give a "mini library" of ten books to 20 our students. It was clear that Carrie hand selected the books with care and deliberation. Carrie careful selection created a sense of purpose and call to read for our students. I was lucky enough to deliver the books to the students. The gratitude was obvious. They absolutely loved the book selection. I know that Carrie and the Madison Reading Project are helping our student love reading. We had students literally jumping for joy after receiving their free books. Madison Reading Project's books made a difference in our students' lives"
Sam Skar, MLIS
Library Media Technology Specialist
Lake View Elementary School
"One of the resources that families really liked recently was the Madison Reading Project book deliveries. This came up in conversation with several families across multiple sessions as an excellent resource. They talked about how easy it was to sign up for books and how well matched the books were to their child's age and interests. They also said that their kids were super excited to get their own beautiful, brand new books to keep delivered right to their home and that they have enjoyed reading them."
School Resource Coordinator
"Thank you so much for your generous donation of books for our Free Book Table at our Book Fair. I had teachers and students commenting on the wonderfully diverse collection! Our fair was low on Spanish books and your books filled that need. More than 200 kids walked away with a book from your table and they all beamed with pride and gratitude. Thank you, thank you, thank you!"
"Thank you so much for the generous book donation! We used them to create a whole new library nook upstairs, and the older students will be using "Hidden Figures" as their discussion book during Kids' Group. We especially appreciate how many books are culturally diverse! It's great to have characters that the kids can really identify with. Thank you again."
Marshall Public Schools
"On behalf of the students and staff of the Marshall Early Learning Center, thank you for your generous donation of books to our teachers' classroom libraries. I was able to share books with four second grade teachers, a first grade teacher, two kindergarten teachers and our social worker. We were especially excited to add books with culturally diverse characters."
Anne Kubicki, Instructional Coach
Northside Elementary School
"Madison Reading Project has given our school an avenue to ensure our at-risk students have access to books they are excited about. Students are talking about their birthday book and there is nothing better than sharing a high-five when they're finished. We are thankful for this gift that bridges reading between school and home."
School Social Worker
"Thank you for your generous donation of books for our Safe harbor clients. They will be scooped up quickly! We're fortunate to have an organization such as yours in our community."
Emily Donelan, CCLS, Certified Child Life Specialist
Carrie Sachse, Family Advocate
Art Lit Lab (Madison)
"Your Bus visit was perfect! Our kids were amazed that the new books were free. Your gift tripled our collection and launched a new excitement of our teens to reinvigorate their book club. A great buzz!"
Alaura “Bo” Borealis
Education & Outreach Director
"Thank you for your contribution to Bayview's community picnic! The book selection you brought was so diverse and thoughtfully curated and I think the children really enjoyed being able to choose their own books. I am excited to use the books you left over for us in After School or to distribute to families in the neighborhood."
Sugar Creek Elementary School
"Research shows that the most successful way to improve the reading achievement of low-income children is to increase their access to print. For this reason, our school has LOVED our partnership activities with the Madison Reading Project to bring free, high-quality, age-appropriate books to our students."
Todd Brunner, Principal
"Thank you so much for the books provided to my kids through Sauk Trail Elementary School! I was astonished at the quantity and quality. They have helped to break up the stay at home order."