“Everything begins in the schools”. Pepe Mujica
We don’t distribute to the bookstores. We give our books for free, and diffuse them on different occasions, such as literary festivals, through reading groups, or more often during our class visits to middle and high school students. Little free libraries scattered all around the world are our most important distribution channel.
Our mission is to join poor areas, where children have difficult access to culture. In order to guarantee Equality in education, we constantly look for educators, booksellers, librarians, or reading groups willing to help.
We print and ship free of charge. However, you can also find our books in the online stores. Thus, we use the proceeds from the online sales to print extra copies. (See the income/outcome chart at the bottom of this website). Some public libraries in France, in the UK and the US also have our books in their catalog.
We are currently working on a more extended distribution program. We would like to involve other publishing houses and create a more expanded circuit of donations saving all of those copies that are usually pulped or just unsold.
We are looking forward to receiving your invitation and meeting you…
MANY THANKS TO: UniPop, Rocca di Papa – Liceo Cassini, Sanremo – Istituto nautico, Salerno – Liceo scientifico Besta Gloriosi, Battipaglia – Festival della Letteratura di Salerno – Festival Firenze RiVista – Florida State University Library – SAMLA ’88 – Augusta University – Scuole Elementari di Altamura – Columbia County Alternative School – Fox Creek High School, South Carolina – University of Kentucky, Lexington-KY – Literacy Math Center, Augusta-GA – Associazione Il Giglio, Capo Milazzo – Liceo Scientifico E. Fermi, Sant’Eufemia d’Aspromonte – Augusta University Libraries – Reese Library, Augusta-GA – Festival della letteratura Italiana di Bordeaux – Associazione SenzaBarcode – Edizioni Il Foglio – Ctl Editore, Livorno – BECA, Honduras – Abriendo Mentes, Costa Rica – VoaVoa Onlus Amici di Sofia, Firenze – Cure2Children, Chianti – Istituto degli Innocenti, Firenze