Fort Worth residents have long recognized the importance of reading, learning and self-improvement. For more than 40 years, the Fort Worth Library has hosted an annual summer reading challenge to support those values. We believe it is now time to expand the program beyond its traditional two months.
Strong readers are essential to the city’s future, and strong readers are created by reading 365 days a year.
Worth Reading (#wr365) brings together libraries, schools, businesses and community organizations in a united effort to provide everyone an opportunity to become a reader and a lifelong learner. We hope you will join us in creating a bright, productive future for Fort Worth and its residents.
- Establish a culture of reading, lifelong learning and self-improvement.
- Positively affect literacy, school dropout rates and student achievement.
- Expand educational and cultural opportunities for people of all ages throughout Fort Worth and Tarrant County.
- Amon Carter Museum of American Art
- Center for Texas Studies - Texas Christian University
- City of Fort Worth Community Engagement
- City of Fort Worth Human Relations Commission
- City of Fort Worth Neighborhood Services
- City of Fort Worth Park and Recreation
- City of Fort Worth, Mayor’s Office
- Fort Worth Independent School District
- Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
- Girls Inc. of Tarrant County
- Literacy United
- Texas Wesleyan University - Eunice & James L. West Library
- The Parenting Center
- University of North Texas Health Science Center - Gibson D. Lewis Library
Become a partner
To learn more about becoming a partner or financial sponsor, contact Michelle Lee.
Watch the highlights from the Worth Reading Partner Kickoff.
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Last updated: Aug. 31, 2018