REACH a Reader is a second-hand book store that provides first-rate literacy services in the Sioux Empire.
All our books are donated. The books are curated and then resold in our brick-and-mortar store or online. The store is a unique way to support literacy. It helps fund our programs year-round — and families can take home five free children's books when they visit.
The store is open for shopping, donations, and online book pick-up.
Monday: 10 am - 4 pm
Tuesday: 10 am - 7 pm
Wednesday: 10 am - 4 pm
Thursday: 10 am - 4 pm
Friday: 10 am - 1 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 2 pm
If you are a teacher, watch for our walk in Teacher Grants.
Want to volunteer in the bookstore?
Book Donations FAQ
What type of books do you accept?
We accept books from all genres (fiction, non-fiction, mysteries, Westerns, Romance, hardcover, paperback, and large print.)
What books do you not accept?
We do not accept dictionaries, encyclopedias, readers digest, VHS tapes, textbooks older than 2019, or cassette tapes. If you are a library or public institution, please call before making a donation. Books stamped with withdrawn, discarded, or damaged are not acceptable.
What condition should the books be in?
Books should be in good condition, preferably from a smoke-free household.
When can I donate books?
Donations can be made any time the store is open, or there is a dropbox outside the store for after-hours drop-off. If you are donating more than 500 books, please call and give us a heads up!