Vulnerability and Friendship

by: L. Bruce Coffey Jr.
January 11, 2022

C.S. Lewis once said, “To love is to be vulnerable.” How can it be that friendship can provide so much […]

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Introducing At The Lamp-Post

January 7, 2022

“I can always get back if anything goes wrong,” thought Lucy. She began to walk forward, crunch-crunch over the snow […]

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OSOB Bridges Pre-K – 8th Grades in North Carolina Schools

December 3, 2021

One of the biggest challenges schools face in launching a One School, One Book program is making the event engaging […]

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10 Years of OSOB at Walnut Ridge Elementary

November 5, 2021

For the last decade, students at Walnut Ridge Elementary in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas have bolstered their curriculum by celebrating an […]

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7 Read Aloud Tips to Engage Your Listener

October 24, 2021

Some parents are reluctant to read aloud because they lack the confidence, find it intimidating, or just struggle to find […]

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Capitalizing on the Pandemic for Positive Learning

October 8, 2021

This is a guest post by Mary Curcio, NYS Regional Coordinator.  We all know children have suffered losses in student […]

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Celebrate Banned Book Week 2021

September 27, 2021

Each year, the American Library Association hosts Banned Books Week as a way to celebrate the freedom to read. This […]

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Theme Announcement for Read Aloud to a Child Week

September 13, 2021

Every year during the last week of October, Read to Them sponsors Read Aloud to a Child Week, a national […]

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A Parting Thanks to the Incomparable Chris Dudley

September 10, 2021

Chris Dudley came to work for Read to Them in December of 2014. He was Read to Them’s sixth employee.  […]

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Take a Look at Our New Fall Titles

September 3, 2021

Read to Them is always looking to add new, exciting titles to our library – as you might recall from […]

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