In order to improve their reading skills, children need books at home. Many children in schools (inner city specifically) do not have access to books when they leave the school building. And many schools cannot afford to allow students to take books home. Homebound is a project to collect books, buy bookshelves from thrift stores, fill bookshelves, and place them in local Chattanooga schools. This bookshelf will be accessible and inviting, with no restrictions or fees associated with borrowing the books. A "take a book, leave a book," system, Homebound seeks to make book borrowing less complicated so that kids always have a read-at-home option. Co.Starters was an opportunity for Homebound to test the idea on peer entrepreneurs and learn from their input.