- Bloomsbury: Providing unlimited access to over 1,000 of its most popular titles.
- Candlewick: Providing unlimited access to all relevant children’s and young-adult eBook titles in their catalog.
- Cricket Media: Offering full digital access to all of its market-leading magazines for children and young adults, including Ladybug and Cricket.
- Hachette: Offering access to a robust catalog of their popular and award-winning titles.
- HarperCollins: Providing a vast selection of their award-winning and popular titles.
- Lee & Low: Providing unlimited access to over 700 titles from this leading independent publisher of multicultural books.
- Macmillan: Providing unlimited access to all of the K-12 age-appropriate titles in their catalog of approximately 2,500 books.
- National Geographic: Providing unlimited access to all of their age-appropriate content.
- Penguin Random House: Committing to provide an extensive offering of their popular and award-winning books.
- Simon & Schuster: Providing access to their entire e-catalog of books for children ages 4-14, comprised of 3,000 titles.
I'm interested in contributing eBooks to in-need children. How can I get in touch?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about contributing to the Open eBooks program.
How long is the committment?
The initial commitment for supplying content is for three years.
We encourage publishers to contribute titles that can be used by multiple users simultaneously throughout the term of the project (multiple user, perpetual access).
How will I know my eBooks are being used?
In order for publishers to make collection development decision, we will provide usage statistics on a quarterly or other regular basis.
What formats does the Open eBook app use?
The Open eBook app uses EPUB 2.0 and EPUB 3.0. Currently the reading app does not support PDF files, but we hope to accommodate this format in future releases, scheduled for 2016.