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Empower Your Child's Journey
Through The Children's Trust Books

We are thrilled to share The Children's Trust's Book Club which brings the joy of reading into the homes of our families. This initiative provides free, monthly books to children from birth through their 5th birthday in Miami-Dade County.

What is The Children's Trust Book Club?

The Children’s Trust Book Club provides free, monthly books to children from birth through their 5th birthday in Miami-Dade County. We celebrate the joys of reading and early literacy. Families can select books in English or Spanish, and for our Haitian Creole speaking families, a special one-time mailing of books and materials is available.

Who Can Join?

  • Eligibility: Parents and guardians of children from birth up to 4-and-a-half years old residing in Miami-Dade County.
  • Languages Offered: Books are available in English, Spanish, and a special selection in Haitian Creole.

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Why Join The Children's Trust Book Club?

Joining The Children’s Trust Book Club is a wonderful opportunity for families to enrich their children’s early learning experiences and foster a lifelong love of reading. Each month, carefully selected books arrive at your doorstep, designed to engage young minds and support developmental milestones.

  • Nurture Early Literacy: Each book is chosen to enhance reading skills and school readiness, ensuring enjoyment and educational value.
  • Community and Support: Share your moments! When you receive your books, share your reading adventures on social media with #TCTBookClub.

Individuals with Disabilities

If you or your child have limited vision or hearing loss, you can enjoy our Book Club titles through the Miami-Dade Public Library System.

  • The first step is to contact your local branch for assistance:
    Locations, Hours of Operation, and Contact Information – Miami-Dade Public Library System
  • You can also sign up for Braille & Talking Books services for access to additional materials: 
    Talking Books Library – Miami-Dade Public Library System
  • Get your library card online: 
    Get a Library Card – Miami-Dade Public Library System
  • Browse the Library catalog for other titles in Braille and audio format:
    Miami-Dade Public Library System –
  • Download and browse the Libby, by Overdrive app to access more audiobooks on your phone or tablet: 
    eBooks, eAudiobooks & More – Miami-Dade Public Library System

If you or your child have limited vision or a hearing loss, you can enjoy reading books with your child by accessing affordable or free alternative format books including large print, digital, audio and braille. Here are a few website resources to get you started:

      Free print/braille books for children under six years old who are blind or visually impaired.
      Free e-books for individuals who have a qualifying reading or perceptual disability, a visual impairment, or a physical disability that affects their ability to read printed works. 
      Extensive information and resources for individuals who are visually impaired about books and technology access.  
      RMTC-D/HH distributes captioned and signed video materials to parents of students who are deaf/hard of hearing through the free Media and Materials Loan Library. 
      Hundreds of free videos of American Sign Language (ASL) retellings of favorite child’s books by age.
      FIMC-VI Scholastic Book Program is geared towards emergent braille readers.