It’s an exciting day for the Boys and Girls Club of Henderson County. They’ve just launched an innovative literacy program that promises to get kids excited about reading— Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine.

How Does It Work?

The book vending machine accepts golden Inchy tokens. Students receive a token for good behavior. They can use the token to vend a brand new book of their choice.

There are two machines. One is for k-6 the other is for 7-12 grade. Kids will love reading the books stocked inside this machine.

Diverse Book Choices at the Boys and Girls Club

“Well we poll the kids. We understand what they like. And we look at the NYT reading list. We also consider age appropriateness so we have a range for kids 6-18. We also serve a lot of families where English is not their first language.” says Carolyn Ashworth, CEO, Boys and Girls Club of Henderson County

In Memory Of

Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine was purchased in memory of Clare Wadell. Program leaders want her passion for reading passed on to kids for generations to come.

Your Organization Could Be Next

Are you interested in bringing Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine to your school? Reach out to today. We’ll provide a quote and help you take a step toward promoting literacy and positive behavior in your school community.

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