The American Library Association (ALA) and the Freedom to Read Foundation (FTRF) have teamed up with Humble Bundle to create an amazing opportunity for readers to make a difference in the world. They’re offering an incredible collection of diverse books for a fraction of their $800+ sticker price, and a portion of the proceeds will support ALA and FTRF’s work promoting social justice, inclusivity, and intellectual freedom in librarians and schools.
The “Be The Change” bundle features dozens of ebooks and audiobooks, all showcasing authors, creators, and characters of color. Titles include fiction, non-fiction, and graphic novels for readers of all ages and interests. The Sisters Are Alright: Changing the Broken Narrative of Black Women in America by Tamara Winfrey Harris, Falling in Love With Hominids by Nalo Hopkinson, Neveryona by Samuel R. Delany, This Book Is Anti-Racist by Tiffany Jewell (writer) and Aurelia Durand (illustrator), The Black Mage by Rachel E. Carter, and Your Black Friend by Ben Passmore are just a few of the books on offer.
Humble Bundle’s pay-what-you-want model allows readers to access some of the books for starting at just a dollar; you can pay more to unlock additional titles, with the full set of 50 books available for only $20. You can also customize what percentage of your purchase will go to content creators, Humble Bundle, FTRF, and ALA.
When you support the American Library Association, you help libraries across the country become more inclusive and accessible for all. ALA’s work includes defending libraries from censorship, promoting digital equity in underserved communities, and administering the Spectrum Scholarship program, which funds people of color attending library school.
Check out this one-of-a-kind collection and learn more at the Humble Bundle website. Don't delay. The "Be the Change" bundle disappears on Monday, February 8!