Global Fund for Children Books has produced more than 30 award-winning titles for children from birth to age 12. Each book exposes children to diverse cultures around the world and in their own community. In this way, the books teach children to respect differences as well as appreciate the values and ties that bind us together as human beings. Global Fund for Children books integrate children’s perspectives, present positive images of children, and help to raise a new generation of productive, caring citizens of a global society.
Since the imprint’s inception in 1996, Global Fund for Children books have received distinguished awards and contributed to community engagement.
You can view and buy our books here through our partnership with Amazon. By purchasing Global Fund for Children titles, you make a difference in the lives of children worldwide. A portion of all sales goes to support GFC’s work with vulnerable children and grassroots organizations.
You can also get GFC books from local booksellers and other online retailers. For bulk purchasing and discounts, please contact Charlesbridge Publishing.
|American Babies||Animal Friends||Global Babies|
|Global Babies / Bebés del Mundo||Global Baby Girls||To Be a Kid|
|A Kid’s Best Friend||Back to School||Be My Neighbor|
|Extraordinary Girls||Faith||Healthy Kids|
|I Am Different||Kindergarten Day USA/China||Let the Games Begin|
|My Family||Our Grandparents||To Be a Kid|
|To Be an Artist||What We Wear||Music Everywhere!|
|Children from Australia to Zimbabwe||Children of Native America Today||Children of the U.S.A.|
|Going to School in India||Nasreen’s Secret School|
Encouraging Global Awareness
This free online guide connects parents and educators with high-quality resources for teaching children about diversity, tolerance, and global citizenship.
Building Community Literacy
Between 1996 and 2012, The Global Fund for Children donated books and resource guides to community-based literacy groups. The Books for Kids project specifically targeted groups that focused on literacy for children and families and that demonstrated a pressing need for educational materials. Through this project, The Global Fund for Children donated over 85,000 Global Fund for Children books, with a retail value of more than $1 million, to organizations and programs working with underserved children all over the world.