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In February, we sent 1,042,895 books, which brings the total number of free books mailed to 87,483,393! You can inspire a love of reading, one page at a time, by reading these books to your children again and again!

Group 1
Children Born in 2017

“Whose Baby Am I?”
By John Butler

Group 1 – Registered Children Born in 2017
Canada – “Whose Baby Am I?” – 2/1/17
USA – “Whose Baby Am I?” – 2/3/17

Group 2
Children Born in 2016

“Night-Night, Forest Friends”
By Annie Bach

Group 2 – Registered Children Born in 2016
Canada – “Night-Night, Forest Friends” – 2/1/17
United Kingdom – “If You See a Kitten” – 1/2/17
USA – “Night-Night, Forest Friends” – 1/20/17

Group 3
Children Born in 2015

“Jake at Gymnastics”
By Rachel Isadora

Group 3 – Registered Children Born in 2015
Canada – “ABCers” – 2/1/17
United Kingdom – “Dear Zoo” – 1/2/17
USA – “Jake at Gymnastics” – 2/9/17

Group 4
Children Born in 2014

“Truck Stop”
By Anne Rockwell; Illustrated By Melissa Iwai

Group 4 – Registered Children Born in 2014
Canada – “Truck Stop” – 2/117
United Kingdom – “Meg’s Veg” – 1/2/17
USA – “Truck Stop” – 2/7/17

Group 5
Children Born in 2013

“Plenty of Love to go Around”
By Emma Chichester Clark

Group 5 – Registered Children Born in 2013
Canada – “Plenty of Love to go Around” – 2/1/17
United Kingdom – “Slug Needs a Hug” – 1/2/17
USA – “Plenty of Love to go Around” – 2/2/17

Group 6
Children Born in 2012

“As an Oak Tree Grows”
By G. Brian Karas

Group 6 – Registered Children Born in 2012
Canada – “The Boy in Number Four” or “Ella May and the Wishing Stone” – 2/1/17
United Kingdom – “Something Else” – 1/2/17
USA – “As an Oak Tree Grows” – 1/17/17

Welcome Book
First Book Children Receive

The Little Engine That Could - Penguin Random House

“The Little Engine That Could”
By Watty Piper & Illustrated by George & Doris Hauman

Welcome Book – First book sent to registered children
Canada – “The Little Engine That Could” – 2/1/17
United Kingdom – “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” – 1/2/17
USA – “The Little Engine That Could” – 1/12/17

Graduation Book
Last Book Children Receive

“Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!”
By Nancy Carlson

Graduation Book – Last book children receive when they graduate from the program
Canada – “Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!” – 2/1/17
United Kingdom – “Just Imagine” – 1/2/2017
USA – “Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!” – 1/13/17

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