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Reach for the stars! Give books to kids and help them dream big in these starry socks. Featuring a multi-colored blue design plus a book embroidery, each pair supports Room to Read and their work to improve literacy and equality for school children. 
  • Made in India
  • 75% Fairtrade Organic Cotton, 23% Recycled Polyester, 2% Elastane
  • Fairtrade, GOTS, and Vegan Certified
  • Machine wash cold. Do not Bleach. Tumble dry Low. Do not Iron.
  • Terry padding for comfort


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    Vegan
    Fairtrade Certified
    Sustainable

    Socks that Give Books

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    The perfect socks for proud book lovers featuring charming pairs of glasses on blue-grey, completed with a book embroidery. Each pair supports Room to Read and their work to improve literacy and equality for school children.

    • Made in India
    • 75% Fairtrade Organic Cotton, 23% Recycled Polyester, 2% Elastane
    • Fairtrade, GOTS, and Vegan Certified
    • Machine wash cold. Do not Bleach. Tumble dry Low. Do not Iron.
    • Terry padding for comfort
    Organic Cotton
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    Fairtrade Certified
    Sustainable

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    Build a bright future with even brighter socks! Give books to kids and help them dream big in these starry ankle socks. Every sock is stitched with non-toxic, Fairtrade organic cotton to give a cozy feeling for every step. Featuring a multi-colored blue design plus a book embroidery, each pair supports Room to Read and their work to improve literacy and equality for school children.

  • Made in India
  • 75% Fairtrade Organic Cotton, 23% Recycled Polyester, 2% Elastane
  • Fairtrade, GOTS, and Vegan Certified
  • Machine wash cold. Do not Bleach. Tumble dry Low. Do not Iron.
  • Terry padding for comfort




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    Hot Honey

    one candle = one book donated

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    Cozy up with a good read, a cup of tea, and your Hot Honey candle for a bookworm’s dream day off. With notes of spiced honey, tonka bean, and sandalwood, it’s a scent you’ll have no trouble warming up to. Every candle supports Room to Read and their work to improve literacy and equality for school children.
    • Handmade with locally harvested beeswax, coconut oil, and phthalate-free fragrance
    • 9 oz. and about 60 hour burn time
    • For best results, burn the candle to its edge on the first use and trim the wick to ¼ inch before each burn
    • Place on a stable surface away from other flammable objects. Keep out of reach of children and pets and never leave lit candles unattended
    • Made in Michigan
    Sustainable

    Hot Honey

    $29.95

    Educating Kids for a Better World
    124 million children and adolescents are not in school and one in four children in low-income countries cannot read. There are 750 million illiterate people in the world, two thirds of which are women and girls.
    Lead With Libraries
    Ensuring primary schools have libraries filled with books along with trained teachers and librarians can support the basic reading skills needed to lift 171 million people in low-income countries out of poverty.
    Turning a Page
    Since 2000, collaboration with local communities, partner organizations and governments have helped over 14 million children realize their potential through books and education.
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    Bikes and books! Supply books to kids with these fun bicycle themed socks featuring a  blue design on gray plus a book embroidery. Each pair supports Room to Read and their work to improve literacy and equality for school children. 
    • Made in India
    • 75% Fairtrade Organic Cotton, 23% Recycled Polyester, 2% Elastane
    • Fairtrade, GOTS, and Vegan Certified
    • Machine wash cold. Do not Bleach. Tumble dry Low. Do not Iron.
    • Terry padding for comfort

    Organic Cotton
    Vegan
    Fairtrade Certified
    Sustainable

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    Socks that Give Books

    one box = three books donated

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    These couldn't be more comfortable -- yellow, blue, and grey heather ankle socks, complete with a book embroidery plus extra arch support and padding for supreme comfort. Each pair supports Room to Read and their work to improve literacy and equality for school children.

    • Made in India
    • 75% Organic Cotton, 23% Polyamide, 2% Spandex
    • Fairtrade, GOTS, and Vegan Certified
    • Machine wash cold. Do not Bleach. Tumble dry Low. Do not Iron.
    • Terry padding for comfort
    Organic Cotton
    Vegan
    Fairtrade Certified
    Sustainable

    Socks that Give Books

    $34.95


    Serious comfort for you, serious solutions for illiteracy and inequality

    Ordinary purchase, extraordinary purpose -- your favorite new socks are helping children learn to read around the globe.

    Conscious Step partner: Room to Read

    Each pair provides 1 book

    So far, that’s 52,193 books for kids

    “Through this partnership with Conscious Step, we are making significant investments in global early childhood literacy. These investments would ensure quality education and lifelong learning for school children across Asia and Africa, instilling in them a love and habit of reading.”

    Sanjana Khoobchandani, Room to Read’s Director of Global Partnerships