It Takes a Village

We all know it takes a village to raise a child. A vital role in that village is that of an educator. Our children look up to the individuals the moment they lay eyes on them. Every single day educators change the world.


Dr. Belinda George made being a part of that village personal. Elementary students are told to read a book each night or to have someone read to them. This activity is crucial in instilling a love of reading in children. Dr. George took the responsibility into her own hands.

The Washington Post writes ‘“I don’t know if they are read to or not at home,” said Belinda George, 42, a first-year principal at Homer Drive Elementary in Beaumont, in Southeast Texas.’ Every Tuesday night, while donning her pajamas, Dr. George sits down in her living room and logs on to the school’s Facebook to go live with a story. She engages scholars of all ages by asking questions, using animated voices, and encouraging families to watch together.

Her live videos are a joy to watch. Dr. George’s love shines through her stories. Be sure to check it out!

Kids Will Change the World

At Kids Reveal Book Box, we love to give back. It inspires us when children do the same! Meet Jake and Max Klein. When these teens were denied volunteer opportunities because they were too young, they took matters into their own hands.

Jake and Max launched Kids That Do Good, an online database for children of any age to search for volunteer opportunities in their area. The search engine is user friendly and allows families to search by age, location, or interests. Kids That Do Good is growing every day and charities include everything from helping the homeless to launching a food drive to providing Thanksgiving meals for the needy and working with wildlife at animal rescue center.

The twins didn’t stop there. They added a teacher resource page which includes lesson plans, readings, and tools for educators to teach children why giving back is important and how to do it.

Motivated kids like this are changing the world! Great work Jack and Max.

The Future is Bright

“Books can work wonders in people’s lives. They can enable someone to become educated and make a better life for themselves. They are empowering and powerful” -Maria Keller

Books inspire children. We love to hear stories of children who are doing incredible things because of their love of reading and Maria Keller is remarkable.  Maria began Read Indeed when she was 8 years old and her original goal was to collect and distribute 1 million books to kids in need by the time she turned 18. She accomplished that goal before the age of 13! See how she put her dream in action!



The future is bright with role models like Maria showing that no matter your age, you can impact lives in a positive way .


Make a Difference

We are proud to support Project Night Night.  Since 2005, Project Night Night has given comfort and security to over 250,000 homeless children. In 2018, they were voted one of the top-rated nonprofits.

By providing objects of reliable comfort, Project Night Night reduces trauma and advances the emotional and cognitive well-being of the children we serve.

Every child who receives one of the Night Night Packages leaves the shelter owning a book which encourages reading and family bonding, a security blanket which can be cuddled, and a stuffed animal which can become a cherished friend. They have one objective – to deliver a Night Night Package to every homeless child in the country who needs one.