About Socio Lit
Socio Lit is a social justice children’s book club and subscription service. For a recurring membership fee, Socio Lit curates the most brilliant socially conscious literature for subscribers every month. Books are organized by age for newborn to age 12. Parents can choose from five book clubs: Tiny Bookworms (newborn to 3 years old), Perceptive Preschoolers (3-5 years old), Novel Readers (5-7 years old), Independent Book lovers (7-9 years old), or Blooming Bibliophiles (9-12 years old). Each book club celebrates a unique social theme with hand–picked literature, videos, and activities that inspire learning, and foster integrity, compassion, and service to community. On the 1st of every month, families can log into their accounts for selected books, with the option of borrowing hard copies from their local library or accessing e-books/audio books through Hoopla for Kids.
Parents may also purchase unique book club accessories on our site.
Founder and Creative Director
Andrea is a mother, educator, and social activist. As a mother, she thinks children should have a relationship to a space wherein literature, social awareness, and the book integrate. Andrea believes the best way to learn is to engage with subjects you are passionate about, and read about topics of which you have little knowledge. She is an avid reader, creative writer, and university instructor. As an activist, she works on projects that shape policies, and strengthen programs at national and international levels. Andrea earned a B.A in Sociology from Benedictine University, an M.A in Applied Sociology from University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and an M.A in International Studies and Diplomacy from SOAS University of London.
Interns bring a wealth of knowledge and skills to our team from an array of backgrounds.