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Learning Spaces

Free Books Every Month for Children in Learning Spaces

Ferst Readers is partnering with the United Way of Greater Atlanta to register children that attend Learning Spaces in our monthly book program. Ferst Readers will provide wonderful books to children, birth to five, and useful literacy resources for their parents mailed to the home every month!

Learning Spaces is an early learning initiative designed for caregivers, childcare providers, and children birth to five years old. Through collaboration with local libraries and early childhood professionals, it has been developed to be a preschool program in non-traditional spaces.

The Ferst Readers program is currently available to children, under the age of five, that have attended a Learning Spaces event and live within metropolitan Atlanta.

For questions or more information, contact Emily at or 706-343-0177. 

To get started, simply fill out the registration form below. Once you have registered, it will take 2-3 months to receive your first book in the mail.


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If your child was born before November, 2015 they are not eligible for this program.
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We use data from school test scores to regularly evaluate program effectiveness. By enrolling your child in this program, you agree to the inclusion of your child's test/assessment data in our data collection. (This information is provided anonymously.)

Early Reading Benefits

The key is to start at birth. Immersing a child in a rich literacy environment can be a stronger predictor of literacy and academic achievement than family income. The more words a child hears, the larger the child’s vocabulary, and the larger the child’s vocabulary, the more likely the child will be a proficient reader.

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