About Us / Contact
You can reach us via e-mail at admin (at) reachareader (dot) org
To send us a link for consideration, please first be sure that it fits our mission of helping connect book donors, authors and illustrators with schools and libraries. Then, send us an e-mail with the website name, URL, and a brief description of why it's a good choice for us. Then send the e-mail to admin (at) reachareader (dot) org with the subject line Reach A Reader Link Suggestion. Thank you!
Reach A Reader Advisory Board
Terry Doherty created and runs the Reading Tub, a nonprofit for family literacy. Her blog, Family Bookshelf, has offered reading ideas, literacy news, and book reviews for six years. Terry also created Share a Story ~ Shape a Future, an annual blog tour for literacy. She lives in Charlottesville, VA, with her husband, daughter, a dog, and two frogs.
Sarah Mulhern Gross is a high school English teacher. She has been blogging about children's and young adult literature at thereadingzone since 2007. She lives in NJ with her husband and dog.
Donalyn Miller is a 6th grade language arts teacher in Texas who blogs at Education Week as the Book Whisperer. She is also the author of a book by the same name.
Colleen Mondor is a Bookslut columnist and reviewer for Booklist and Eclectica Magazine. She writes about aviation in Alaska and haunted places in Florida, and she blogs about books, writing, and more at Chasing Ray.
Carol Rasco is the CEO of Reading Is Fundamental, Inc., America's oldest and largest nonprofit children's and family literacy organization. She shares her love of books and reading at her blog, Rasco from RIF.
Jen Robinson is an industrial engineer, software company co-founder, and Red Sox fan. She has been blogging about children's book and literacy at Jen Robinson's Book Page since 2005. She lives in San Jose, CA with her husband and daughter, Baby Bookworm.
Sarah Jamila Stevenson is a writer, artist, editor and graphic designer, and author of the young adult novel The Latte Rebellion (Flux, January 2011). She has been blogging about YA literature for six years with fellow author Tanita Davis at Finding Wonderland. She lives in Northern California with her husband and cats.