Buy Culturally Inclusive Books to Give

It’s easy to purchase culturally inclusive books from our Mirror, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors list to donate directly to Book Harvest! See below for options to purchase, as well as our Featured Five children's books for the month!

Local Bookstores: Online Wish Lists

Shop Book Harvest wish lists online at these local bookstores!

The Regulator Bookshop (Durham)
Letters (Durham)
Page 158 Books (Wake Forest)
Read With Me Books & Art (Raleigh)
Flyleaf Books (Chapel Hill)

Amazon Wish List

Shop Book Harvest's Amazon wish list.

Click here.

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Shipping & Delivery

You can have the books shipped directly to our office, or you can drop them off in our 24/7 outdoor collection bin.

Book Harvest
2501 University Drive
Durham, NC 27707

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Featured Five

Every month we feature five children's books that are at the top of our donation list. These are all included on our Regulator Bookshop and Amazon wishlists.

Our Featured Five children's books for the month of November honor Native American Heritage Month. All authors and illustrators are Native American.

  1. The Siha Tooskin Knows series, Volumes 1-8 by Charlene Bearhead & Wilson Bearhead; illustrated by Chloe Bluebird Mustooch
  2. Forever Cousins by Laurel Goodluck; iIllustrated by Jonathan Nelson
  3. Finding My Dance by Ria Thundercloud; Illustrated by Kalila J. Fuller
  4. The Sea in Winter by Christine Day
  5. Notable Native People by Adrienne Keene

Featured Five: November

The Siha Tooskin Knows series, Volumes 1-8
By Charlene Bearhead & Wilson Bearhead
Illustrated by Chloe Bluebird Mustooch

Featured Five: November

Forever Cousins

By Laurel Goodluck
IIllustrated by Jonathan Nelson

Featured Five: November

Finding My Dance

By Ria Thundercloud
Illustrated by Kalila J. Fuller

Featured Five: November

The Sea in Winter
By Christine Day

Featured Five: November

Notable Native People
By Adrienne Keene