Open eBooks makes thousands of award-winning and popular electronic books available to K-12 students from low-income families. Access is via an app, and that app is now available for download to mobile devices. Educators, including librarians, in schools with 70% or more of students in need may register to receive codes, PINs, and a letter to share with students' families. Once set up, students access the eBooks via the app on their personal or parents' smartphone or tablet or via school or library-loaned devices. Partners in this initiative are Digital Public Library of America, First Book, and The New York Public Library, with content support from Baker & Taylor. A variety of publishers have generously submitted their full catalog or a selection of titles. For an overview of how the program works, read today's press release and browse the FAQ. To stay in the loop, you can follow Open eBooks on social media and sign up for a mailing list. Students in your school qualify if the school is Title 1 eligible or receives Title 1 funds, or if 70% or more of students are on free or reduced lunch. If your school qualifies or if you are unsure, please share this information with administrators and staff to determine how to take advantage of this opportunity.