Duck Library Program

Duck Libraries are mini libraries that contain books for pre-school aged children. They are supplied to important community centres such as Hospitals, Refugee centres, and Kindergartens around Australia.

This program ensures children are given vital early exposure to books and reading at a critical stage of development. Children are encouraged to borrow the books to read with their parents or carers, and for pre-schools to use in their literacy programs. Each library contains 60 brand-new, age appropriate books in a fully themed bookcase, and is supplemented with an additional supply of 15 new books in the 2nd year.

In the 2019 Financial Year we were able to provide books for 10 Duck Libraries to support over 1,000 children in centres all around Australia
As the Centre Director of one of our Duck Library beneficiaries told us:

“Many of our families come from a lower socioeconomic background and we aim to provide equal education to all children and families attending. The donated books mean that we are able to provide resources to the children and families to continue their literacy learning and love of books in their own homes so that all children get an equal opportunity.” 

If you would like more information about our Duck Libraries please contact us. 


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