An Open Book Foundation connects Washington DC-area students to authors, illustrators, and their books to nurture a lifelong love of reading.
We support educational justice by building equitable access to interactive literacy enrichment and high-quality books.

Maria Gianferrari • Hawk Rising • Whetstone Elementary School

OUR VISION: Children see themselves as readers, who use their written and visual literacy skills to navigate a complex world and define their own future.

An Open Book was created to provide access to books, authors, and illustrators. AOB’s programs offer students in qualifying schools the opportunity to connect with authors, illustrators, and their books. Students receive their own signed copy of the featured book to add to their home libraries. Studies confirmed that growing up with home libraries boosts adult skills in literacy, numeracy and technological problem solving.

Some of our programs provide breadth—every year, our Flagship Program offers upwards of 10,000 students the opportunity to meet and interact with an author and/or illustrator. Some of our programs provide depth—an opportunity for students, teachers, and authors/illustrators to further explore a particular aspect of a book or a component of the writing or illustration process.

These personal connections are inspiring the next generation of storytellers.


Engaging School Visits
Preschoolers laughing uproariously as a visiting author regales them with her latest picture book. Elementary school students watching, rapt as an illustrator brings to life a character from his graphic novels. Middle school students working with an award-winning author in a writers’ workshop. High school students discussing with an author their experiences with peer pressure as compared to those of the characters in the book they just received.

Book Signings
A student shyly walks up to the table where the author or illustrator is waiting, sharing their name and engaging in a short conversation. Sometimes it’s just to smile and say hello, but other times there’s more to say—a connection with the presentation or workshop, or the observation that book creators are “just like us!”

Meaningful Conversations
A group of high school students sits in a relaxed and informal setting with an author. No technology, no elaborate presentation, but an honest discussion about current issues covered in the book students receive—identity, social justice, poverty, immigration, family dynamics. Being seen can make a difference.

New and Emerging Artists of Color
Our program for new and emerging authors and illustrators of color amplifies the creative voices of Black, Indigenous, and People Of Color authors/illustrators. It provides additional opportunities for the students we serve to see themselves, not only in books but also in the creators of these works. We offer a small stipend (and will cover travel expenses when we return to in-person visits) to debut authors and illustrators, acknowledging the very real financial constraints on emerging artists in the field of children’s literature.

Extension Activities
Students dig into their school gardens as they pick, prune, and plant alongside author Tony Hillery. Hillery shares his story, Harlem Grown, and tips based on his experience developing school gardens in NYC. Led by nonprofit partner FRESHFARM FoodPrints, students taste a variety of fruits and vegetables to compare flavors, discuss optimal growing conditions, and decide on their favorites. An Open Book partners with area nonprofits on selected events for a creative, connected activity that deepens learning.`

Equipped with a fresh set of paints, brushes, scissors, glue sticks, and a journal, students discuss personal narratives with author-illustrator Cozbi Cabrera. Using her books Me & Mama and My Hair is a Garden as case studies, they experiment with tertiary colors, painting, cutting, and pasting to create a collage that says “this is me.” Exploring composition to create interest, clarity, and tension, their final pieces are paired with others to create a collaborative class “quilt.”

STEM Residence
How can we protect wildlife in our increasingly congested world? Author Heather Montgomery encourages students to think creatively and design highway crossings using a selection of materials they each received from AOB. Straws, tape, rulers, paper, blocks, and putty become bridges with lanes, signals, and native foliage to support safe crossing for all sorts of creatures. Using Montgomery’s book, Something Rotten: a Fresh Look at Road Kill for primary research, students record their findings in a scientific journal as they test various methods and designs.


Our events reach students in PreK through Grade 12. Here’s a sample. To stay up-to-date, follow us on social media.

LaSalle Backus Elementary School student reading With Great Power by Annie Hunter Eriksen


Written by a long-time Marvel fan, With Great Power: The Marvelous Stan Lee—the ultimate origin story. “What makes a hero?”

Rosa Parks Elementary students hold up their new books


Students read along with the author and illustrator through African Proverbs for All Ages, sharing opinions as they match proverbs with artwork.

McKinley Tech students present their new books


A thoughtful discussion of the real-life events that inspired Why We Fly, and writing advice from co-authors who share their process.

Ida B Wells Middle School students participate in an art activity with the author


Part book talk, part art lesson, author Tyler Gordon shares his practice and inspiration for the images in We Can: Portraits of Power.

Raymond Elementary School students hold up their new books


Sharing personal experiences and celebrating what we love about ourselves as second graders learn more about Hair Story.

Whittier Elementary School students participate in an art activity led by the author


After reading Me & Mama and My Hair is a Garden, students paint, collage, and create a classroom quilt during an Artist-in-Residence workshop.

SINCE 2011…










An Open Book visits DC-area schools where, on average, 85% of the students quality for free and reduced meals. Since 2011, we have reached nearly 80,000 students, organized 1,900+ presentations, and donated more than 93,000 books.

Map of An Open Book Site Locations

    The generous authors and illustrators who donate their time and talent, and the publishers and literary agents who support their efforts, remain the backbone of An Open Book Foundation’s event program. The connections authors and illustrators make with students lie at the heart of an AOB event. They not only share their books with students, they often share their personal stories and their individual journeys – providing a glimpse into possible career paths.

    Participating Authors and Illustrators

    Participating Authors Chart

    An Open Book Foundation works with each author and illustrator to tailor each event; past presentations have included writing workshops, science demonstrations, work with primary sources, reading and Q&A, and art projects. Authors and illustrators who’ve participated in our program routinely describe their experience as impactful and meaningful.

    Each year we survey educators and students after events. Here’s what they have to say:
      • 84% of educators could tie a flagship event directly to their classroom curriculum
      • 100% of our artist-in-residence programs sparked new ideas and conversations among students
      • 64% of students are more curious about a career as an author or publisher
      • 50% are more interested in reading their new book after meeting the author or illustrator


    Essential to the success of An Open Book Foundation are the dedicated educators and administrators at the schools we visit and the authors and illustrators who participate in our events.

    Hannah Barnaby • Garcia & Collette Go Exploring • Mary Harris Mother Jones Elementary School

    Combining all our efforts, we look to inspire the quiet kid in the back who always thought she might have a story inside of her, but was never brave enough to believe it. Or the struggling student who finds math and English a challenge but thrives in art and needed to see where that might take him. Perhaps connecting with an immigrant student who truly benefits from seeing someone who understands what they are going through. Finally, connecting with so, so many children and teens through quiet little conversations that happen during book signings.


    Participating schools across the DC area include qualifying public and charter schools, as well as institutions that support students with specific educational needs. We also reach students through after-school programs and other venues serving families in need. We work with schools where at least 50% of the students qualify for free and reduced meals.

    Interested in having An Open Book visit your school? We look forward to partnering with you! Use our School Interest Form to reach out.

    Schools we serve:

    Washington DC

    Ward 1

    • Bancroft Elementary School
    • Benjamin Banneker High School
    • Bruce Monroe Elementary School
    • Cleveland Elementary School
    • Columbia Heights EC – Bell Multicultural HS
    • Columbia Heights EC – Lincoln MS
    • H.D. Cooke Elementary School
    • Jubilee JumpStart
    • Marie Reed Elementary School
    • Meridian Public Charter School
    • Tubman Elementary School

    Ward 2

    • Garrison Elementary School
    • Seaton Elementary School
    • Thomson Elementary School

    Ward 4

    • Barnard Elementary School
    • Bridges Public Charter School
    • Brightwood Education Campus
    • Capital City Public Charter School
    • Center City Public Charter School Brightwood Campus
    • Coolidge High School
    • DC International School
    • Dorothy I. Height Elementary School
    • E.L Haynes Public Charter School
    • Ida B Wells Middle School
    • LaSalle Backus Education Campus
    • MacFarland Middle School
    • Raymond Education Campus
    • Roosevelt Senior High School
    • Takoma Education Campus
    • Truesdell Education Campus
    • West Education Campus
    • Whittier Education Campus

    Ward 5

    • Briya Public Charter School
    • Brookland Middle School
    • Browne Education Campus
    • Bunker Hill Elementary School
    • DC Bilingual Public Charter School
    • DC Prep: Edgewood Middle Campus
    • Dunbar High School
    • Friendship Woodridge International Elementary/Middle
    • John Burroughs Elementary School
    • McKinley Middle School
    • McKinley Technology High School
    • Noyes Elementary School
    • Washington Jesuit Academy
    • Wheatley Education Campus
    • Langdon Elementary School
    • Langley Elementary School
    • Luke C. Moore High School

    Ward 6

    • Amidon Bowen Elementary School
    • Eastern Senior High School
    • J O Wilson Elementary School
    • Ludlow-Taylor Elementary School
    • Miner Elementary School
    • Payne Elementary School
    • Richard Wright Public Charter School for Journalism and Media Arts
    • Stuart-Hobson Middle School
    • Tyler Elementary School
    • Walker Jones Education Campus
    • Young Readers Center-Library of Congress

    Ward 7

    • Anne Beers Elementary School
    • Cesar Chavez Public Policy Charter School
    • DC Prep: Benning Middle Campus
    • Friendship Southeast Academy Public Charter School
    • H.D. Woodson High School
    • Houston Elementary School
    • Kelly Miller Middle School
    • Kimball Elementary School
    • Plummer Elementary School
    • Ron Brown College Preparatory High School
    • Sasha Bruce House: Sasha Bruce Youthwork
    • Thomas Elementary School 

    Ward 8

    • Anacostia High School
    • Ballou High School
    • Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys
    • Boone Elementary School
    • Charles Hart Middle School 
    • Excel Academy 
    • Free Minds Book Club
    • Friendship Tech Prep Middle and High School
    • Hendley Elementary School
    • Ketcham Elementary School
    • KIPP DC AIM Academy
    • Kramer Middle School
    • Malcolm X Elementary School
    • Martha’s Table After School Program (serving all Wards)
    • Martha’s Table Head Start Program (serving all wards)
    • Martin Luther King Elementary School
    • Monique Johnson Anacostia River Center
    • Moten Elementary School
    • Parklands-Turner Neighborhood Library
    • Patterson Elementary School
    • Savoy Elementary School
    • Simon Elementary School
    • St. Thomas More Catholic Academy
    • Stanton Elementary School
    • Sunshine Early Learning Center
    • Turner Elementary School
    • Washington School for Girls: The ARC Campus
    • Washington School for Girls: The View Campus
    • Leckie Elementary School
    • South East Children’s Center


    Prince George’s County

    • Barnaby Manor Elementary School
    • Buck Lodge Middle School
    • Flintstone Elementary School 
    • Hyattsville Elementary School
    • Mary Harris Mother Jones Elementary School
    • Mount Rainier Elementary School
    • Port Towns Elementary School

    Montgomery County

    • Brookhaven Elementary School
    • Burnt Mills Elementary School
    • Colonel E. Brooke Lee Middle School
    • Cresthaven Elementary School
    • East Silver Spring Elementary School
    • Gaithersburg Elementary School
    • Gaithersburg Middle School
    • Glenallan Elementary School
    • Highland Elementary School
    • Jackson Road Elementary School
    • JoAnn Leleck Elementary School at Broad Acres
    • Loiederman Middle School
    • Maya Angelou Academy at New Beginnings
    • Montgomery Knolls Elementary School
    • Montgomery Village Middle School
    • Neelsville Middle School
    • New Hampshire Estates Elementary School
    • Newport Mill Middle School
    • Northwood High School
    • St. Francis International School
    • Twinbrook Elementary School
    • Wheaton High School
    • Wheaton Woods Elementary School
    • Whetstone Elementary School


    Arlington County

    • Arlington Community High School 
    • New Directions Alternative Program
    • Wakefield High School

    Alexandria City

    • Ferdinand T. Day Elementary School
    • Francis C. Hammond Middle School
    • Jefferson-Houston School
    • TC Williams High School

    Fairfax County

    • Belvedere Elementary School
    • Graham Road Elementary School
    • Holmes Middle School
    • Lynbrook Elementary School
    • Poe Middle School
    • Woodlawn Elementary School


    Our guests include a mix of award-winning authors and illustrators. We continually seek out new and emerging creators of children’s and teens’ literature, and work to bring in authors and illustrators of color to increase representation. While in 2018 22% of the children’s books written were by authors of color (including African American, American Indian, Asian Pacific, and Latinex); during the 2018-19 school year, authors and illustrators of colors represented 40% of our guest artists.

    Publishers and their authors/illustrators often add an AOB event onto a DC tour so that the publisher incurs very little added expense. In addition to increased author and illustrator visibility, AOB book purchases lead to increased sales. However, publisher donations are always welcome.

    Below is a complete list of the authors and illustrators we’ve worked with over the years.


    An Open Book Foundation depends on the generosity of donors of all types. We gratefully accept donations of any size.
    An Open Book Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

    Jarrett Krosoczka • Hey, Kiddo • Theodore Roosevelt High School


      Your contribution will have a direct, meaningful impact on the literacy of a child. Whether you donate $30 to purchase beautiful new hardcover books for 3 PreK students, $100 to cover the cost of a set of books for the school library, or $1,000 to fund books for an entire grade level, you donation furthers the number of students we can reach.

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      To donate by check, mail your donation to:
      An Open Book Foundation
      508 Kennedy St. NW, Suite 309
      Washington, D.C. 20011

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      Legacy Gifts to An Open Book Foundation

      Your donations today make a difference in the lives of the students we serve by providing funding for our current in-class programming and book purchases. The sustainability of An Open Book Foundation (“AOB”) for future DC-area students is equally important to us.

      To that end, we gratefully accept donations to help us grow and strengthen the organization for the future, to ensure that the work of AOB will continue to make a significant mark on the children we serve by nurturing a lifelong love of reading. You can amplify your impact by including An Open Book Foundation in your estate planning.

      For more information on Planned Giving options, please review our Planned Giving documentation and contact our Development and Communications Director for more questions. All requests will remain confidential.

      Support from corporate and foundation donors is critical to the ongoing success of An Open Book. Our programs are for low-income children from early childhood through high school. While all of our events promote literacy, they also address specific curricular goals including ELL, S.T.E.M., Common Core, and fine arts.

      Given the variety and number of An Open Book events, we are happy to match an event(s) with your philanthropic goals. If your staff is interested in seeing the work we do, contact us about attending an event by sending an email to [email protected].

      An Open Book’s funding sources include grants from local government, corporate and family foundations, public charities, and individual donors. 

      BookplatesAn Open Book Bookplate
      AOB places a printed bookplate label in every book a student receives. For individual, corporate and foundation donations of $5,000 or more, An Open Book will create custom bookplates with your name or logo to include in the books you’ve helped support.


      Author Book Signing

      Meg Medina • Merci Suárez Changes Gears • Takoma Education Campus


      An Open Book was founded in 2010 by former children’s booksellers Dara La Porte and Heidi Powell. After years of hosting author events for and recommending books to young neighborhood customers, they continued to struggle with the fact that the vast majority of local students were unable to attend the store’s author events or purchase the books.

      After receiving unanimous encouragement from teachers, librarians, authors, illustrators and publishers Dara and Heidi used that positive energy to create An Open Book and begin to take authors into qualifying schools. By the end of 2011, they had hosted 11 events and given away more than 1,000 books to students and libraries.


      Portrait of Carolyn Vinson BouCarolyn Vinson Bou
      Carolyn Vinson Bou is Counsel in the Tax and Wealth Planning Group at Venable LLP, specializing in estate, gift, and generation-skipping transfer tax planning and wealth preservation strategies. Carolyn has chaired planned giving committees at the Washington National Cathedral and the National Cathedral School (“NCS”), is a former board member at NCS and also co-chaired its last capital campaign. A mother of three, Carolyn is passionate about improving literacy in the District of Columbia.


      Portrait of Michelle EdwardsMichelle Edwards, EdD
      Michelle Edwards is a native Chicagoan who found her way to Live It Learn It by serving as the principal of Orr Elementary for almost a decade.  Michelle has also served on the board of Live It Learn It for over five years. She received a B.S. in Elementary Education from Northern Illinois University and Master’s degrees from Loyola University Chicago and Trinity University, Washington, DC.  Michelle participated in New Leaders, Inc. as a resident principal during its inaugural year in Washington DC and 10 years later served as the Director of the Emerging Leaders Program. She recently earned a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Organizational Management from the University of Pennsylvania.


      Portrait of Hope HerrodHope Harrod
      Hope Harrod has been a 4th and 5th grade teacher in DC Public Schools for 15 years. She has a Master’s in Education from Boston College. In the 2012-13 school year, she received DC’s highest teaching honors, the Excellence in Teaching Award and Teacher of the Year. She currently serves on the boards of An Open Book Foundation and Live it Learn it, a non-profit, also in DC. She is also a trustee at Kenyon College.


      Portrait of Deborah LittDeborah Litt, PhD
      Deborah Litt is an independent consultant providing professional development in literacy instruction.  In 2016 she retired from Trinity University in Washington, DC after teaching there for more than thirteen years. She received her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction (Reading) from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2003. Prior to that she worked for nine years as a Reading Specialist in Title 1 schools in Prince George’s County, MD.


      Portrait of Deep MasterDeep Master
      As a tax professional at SC&H Group, Deep Master helps run the non-profit practice at his firm. His clients include hospitals, healthcare organizations, public charities, private foundations, trade associations, private schools, and affordable housing organizations. Deep has taught courses related to Form 990 compliance, lobbying, and compensation issues for tax-exempt organizations. Deep has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Master of Science in Taxation, both from American University where he also competed on the Division 1 varsity swim team. Deep has served as a volunteer for Mission for Vision Foundation USA and is currently a champion board member at Pool and Hot Tub Alliance.


      Portrait of Drew AdesDrew Ades
      Drew is a senior advisor to RMI’s Climate-Aligned Finance Program and the Carbon-Free Buildings Program, where he uses his extensive real estate, finance, and executive experience to help RMI create and equitable, just, and climate-aligned real estate finance industry and decarbonize the building stock.

      Prior to joining RMI, Drew was part of the Leadership team of the Multifamily Lending Platform at Capitol One. Drew was also the founding president and CEO of the Housing Partnership Equity Trust (HPET), a private REIT focused on the acquisition and preservation of affordable and workforce housing properties. He previously served as co-president of CAM LLC, a wholly owned real estate operating company subsidiary of Fannie Mae. Prior to this, Drew served in various management positions within Fannie Mae’s multifamily business and was the visionary behind the creation of Fannie Mae’s Multifamily Green Lending Program. He holds a BA from Williams College and an MBA from UC, Berkeley.


      Portrait of Deb ShapiroDeb Shapiro
      A former journalist and bookseller with an MA in children’s literature, Deb Shapiro worked for more than twelve years in book publishing, creating and executing publicity and marketing campaigns for publishing houses large and small before launching her own company in 2011. She is also an instructor at the Columbia School of Journalism’s graduate publishing course, and an active volunteer with several literacy organizations. For more than a decade she traveled extensively on book tours, fostering relationships with booksellers, educators, and media throughout the country and developing a broad understanding of what readers of all ages respond to and are interested in. She lives in Washington, DC with her daughter.


      Portrait of Christopher StewartChristopher A. Stewart
      Christopher A. Stewart is a native Washingtonian and an advocate for youth, education, and people experiencing homelessness. Christopher is the high school librarian at Columbia Heights Education Campus. His extensive volunteer experience includes serving as treasurer of the Washington Teachers Union and working in Ethiopia and Haiti, where he created a curriculum for children and helped build a library in a tent city. Christopher holds master’s degrees from Wesley Theological Seminary in divinity and theological studies with concentrations in poverty intervention/prevention and juvenile justice reform, and a Master in Library and Information Science with a focus in law from The Catholic University. Christopher’s mission is to promote literacy, end world poverty, and empower all to seek peace and love. He lives in the DMV with his partner and three children.


      Portrait of Dara LaPorteDara D. La Porte • Founding Director
      Before founding An Open Book, Dara was the manager of the children and teens department at a large independent bookstore. Dara served on the board of the Association of Booksellers for Children, was appointed to the American Booksellers Association’s Advisory Board, and participated on several national panels on young adult literature. Dara also taught middle school for 12 years.


      Portrait of Heidi PowellHeidi W. Powell • Founding Director
      Before joining An Open Book full time in 2017, Heidi managed the children and teens department at a large independent bookstore. Heidi participated on several American Booksellers Association panels on coordinating book fairs with local schools. Heidi has worked as a city planner at the national, state and local levels. She holds a master’s degree in city and regional planning from UNC Chapel Hill, a B.A. from UC Berkeley, and enthusiastically recommends podcasts to anyone who will listen.


      Portrait of Jennifer Barnes EliotJennifer Barnes Eliot • Development and Communications Director
      Jennifer has worked in communications, development, and marketing in a wide array of not-for-profit and for-profit organizations in the US and internationally, including stints in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Istanbul and New Delhi. She has a B.A. in Public Communication from American University and looks for every opportunity to jump on a plane and explore.


      Portrait of Angela BrooksAngela Brooks • Development Coordinator
      Angela Brooks is a librarian with experience in both public and school libraries. She’s also worked in social services. A native Washingtonian, she holds a BA in Human Relations from Trinity Washington University and an MSLIS from Catholic University. Her favorite genres are poetry, fantasy, biography, & realistic-fiction and she enjoys reading (mostly graphic novels and fiction) with her children.


      Portrait of Kishanna HarleyKishanna Harley • Program Coordinator
      Kishanna is a bibliophile and lexophile, and as a lover and student of books and words, she served as a teacher and librarian for over 20 years. Kishanna received her bachelor’s degree in English from Tuskegee University. She also completed graduate certification programs in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Maryland, College Park, and Instructional Technology, with a School Library Media concentration, from Towson University.


      Portrait of Naaz KahnNaaz Khan • Education Coordinator
      Naaz has worked in the field of education, refugee resettlement and more recently as a storyteller and bookseller at an independent bookstore. As a third culture kid, she feels connected to multiple places including India, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kenya, and the United States. Her first children’s book, ROOM FOR EVERYONE, which is set in Zanzibar, will be published through Caitlyn Dlouhy Books. Aside from reading and writing, Naaz’s soul is nourished through nature, tinkering around with music, and hosting interfaith gatherings. She holds a Masters degree in Education from Columbia University’s Teachers College and a diploma in Refugee Studies from the American University in Cairo.


      Portrait of Hallem MartinHallem Martin • Office Assistant
      Hallem has previously worked for a real estate company and in library settings, including two positions at the Smithsonian Institute. Hallem attended Ivymount School in Rockville, MD. He describes himself as “easily approachable.”


      Portrait of Josarie MolinaJosarie Molina • Education Director
      Josarie has been serving children and families for over 20 years as an art teacher, museum educator, art historian, school librarian, school and family program coordinator, storyteller and stage performer. She has a passion for events that foster life-long learning. Josarie loves to spend summers with family in her native Puerto Rico. She has a B.A. in visual arts, an M.A. in art education, and continues learning and creating every day.


      Portrait of Kerri PooreKerri Poore • Program Director
      Prior to joining AOB, Kerri served as the director of publisher and author relations for First Book, a national nonprofit that provides new books to children in need. She also worked for 11 years in the Children and Teens Department at a large independent bookstore. Kerri has a Master’s degree from American University in international politics, has worked for the World Bank, the US State Department and lived in Madagascar for four years. She shares her home with her husband, son and their dog Waffles who hails from a small farm in Ithaca, NY.


      Portrait of Kathie WeinbergKathie Weinberg • Program Coordinator
      Kathie is the Co-Director of We Need Diverse Books Walter Award, an award created to honor Walter Dean Myers. She is a library consultant with the Library of Congress, and provides leadership for their Teen Board. An active member of the American Library Association, YALSA and ALsC Divisions, she has presented at annual conferences and served on several awards ceremonies. Kathie has a Masters in Library Science from Simmons College and a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin.



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