Rebecca Constantino, our founder, was interviewed on the KTLA morning show on 12/29/22.
To encourage youth literacy, Access Books partnered with the LA Times to create this bilingual guide for parents and educators.
When children read, they discover new places and new ideas. They develop literacy skills they will continue to use as they make their way through high school and beyond....
Univision, May 2019
This organization has been transforming libraries in public schools of vulnerable communities for 20 years. With the goal that all children have the same opportunity to discover the magic of books, Access Books provides books for schools in minority communities and where at least 90% of students live below the poverty level.
Watch the story here.
Vista LA, August 2018
By Jovana Lara and Jose Mayorquin
LOS ANGELES, CA (KABC) -- Every student's dream of a bright future begins with literacy. However, due to cuts in education, public schools are struggling to provide adequate libraries for its students. Access books, a local non-profit, is working to change that.