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How can a tiny bow raise awareness for reading and literacy? By being worn by the talented NCAA gymnast Megan Skaggs from the University of Florida on national television during one of her competitions. We are delighted that NCAA gymnast, Megan Skaggs, is helping to bring awareness to Reach Out and Read through her Tiny Bow […]
Q&A with a Children’s Book Author, Robie H. Harris.  Ms. Harris is an award-winning children’s book author and National Reach Out and Read Board Member, her internationally acclaimed books include When Lions Roar, Who?, and Crash! Boom! The stories she writes include children’s powerful emotions and can bring some order to everyday moments of chaos […]
Reach Out and Read is pleased to announce the award of a grant to support an innovative and exciting opportunity to increase and expand our impact on young children and their families. Generous funding from Einhorn Collaborative is supporting a collaborative initiative with a vision to embed the promotion of positive parent-child interactions into the […]
“Oh we love books,” said a four-year-old Reach Out and Read (ROR) recipient during her little brother’s well-child check, just after both were given ROR books.  She then voraciously proceeded to dive into her book excitedly. Her 18-month-old brother observed and copied her actions and excitement. His exuberant mirroring of her actions reminded us that […]
Sophie is two years old, and she is learning 2-4 new words a day. Sophie’s favorite word as a 2-year-old might be “no” but you never hear her say “no” when her dad scoops her up into his lap along with her favorite book, Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, for reading time. These moments cuddled together […]
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