The magic of a One School, One Book program happens when every student is enjoying the same story across your school. For some of your
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Earlier this year, the students at Newton Elementary School in Newton, Mississippi joined in on the Mississippi Reads One Book (MSROB) fun by reading J.D.
RICHMOND, VA – We at Read to Them are proud to share that we will be serving as the City of Richmond affiliate for Dolly
Kingsburg Elementary Charter School District (KECSD) serves a unique rural community in the Central San Joaquin Valley of Kingsburg, California. It is a town where
Each May, we observe Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage (AAPI) Month. This month-long event celebrates the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific
National Libraries Week has been celebrated across the country since 1958. Running from April 23 – 29th of this year, it grants the opportunity to
Kids across the country are likely buzzing about in their classrooms, ready to take on all the fun that Spring Break has to offer. Whether
The promise of every book is a simple but profound one: when you land on the first page, you know you’re going to be transported.
For the last seven years, Read to Them’s States Read One Book has rallied schools and districts across an entire state to read one book
“You lived or you died… And in between you learned.” — Northwind, pp. 196 The prolific writer Gary Paulsen left us in October of 2021.
Earlier this week, it was announced that Meg Medina will serve as the Ambassador for Young People’s Literature for 2023-24! Medina is the first author
Once we sit down with our families around tables filled with all the delicacies Thanksgiving has to offer, we are launched right into the holiday
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