Children sing songs, read stories, play games, hear jokes and solve puzzles while they learn to read and speak English.

MightyBook, Inc., was founded in 1999 and was incorporated in the state of Texas in 2000. Two of its founding partners, George Fogelman and Betty Eaves, are former educators with more than 20 years of classroom teaching experience. MightyBook's mission is to provide entertaining content that helps kids discover the joy and power of reading.

MightyBook is an online publisher that specializes in children's illustrated, animated read-aloud eBooks and Story Songs for ages 2 to 10, plus children's sing-along songs. All eBooks have an original sound track, many with music and sound effects, and are created in Macromedia Flash animation. Words in the stories highlight as they are spoken by the story teller. It is truly entertainment that helps kids read.

Illustrations for MightyBook stories have an international flavor, with artists from Australia, Canada, China, Iran, England, France, Pakistan, South Africa and the United States providing artwork in a multitude of styles. All MightyBook books and Story Songs are designed to entertain kids while improving their reading skills.

And it's an excellent teaching resource for special education and English as a second language.


Books are made of paper. Paper is made from wood. Wood comes from trees. Trees make up the forest where plants and animals live. Plants and animals die when the forest is cut down.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of trees are cut down so we can make paper. Many of these trees come from virgin forests where trees were never cut down before. This can be very bad for the environment. Although the companies that cut down trees can plant new trees, it will take many years for the trees to grow back. And the plant and animal communities that lived in the forest may never come back, because the complex ecological balance that was built up over thousands of years is destroyed when the forest is stripped bare of all its trees.
We need books, so how can we have books and trees? Here are a few things we can do:

1. Buy more used books. Even though a book has been used before, the information in it often is as good as new.
2. Pass your books on to others. When you do not read a book any longer, pass it on to friends or family so they don't have to purchase a new book.
3. Buy books printed on recycled paper. If you buy new books, try to buy books that are printed on recycled paper. Recycled paper uses much less wood than new paper does.
4. Read more electronic books. Electronic books donít use any paper at all, so no trees are cut down to make books that you read on your computer.


MightyBook welcomes your feedback and comments. Please feel free to contact us by E-mail, regular mail or telephone.

Please direct your correspondence to:

Richard Eaves
MightyBook, Inc.
10906 Brentway Drive
Houston, TX 77070

Phone: 281-955-9855