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Reading is power
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Eighth-grade student Rosa Terrazas put many hours work in her literacy fair exhibit, garnering her a first place in the non-fiction category. She spared no detail, scorching paper edges and creating a collage of sentences from the book for the background. - photo by Margaret Hobbs
Teachers, librarians and educators realize reading is one of the most important things to do with a child to enhance their education. With the “Read 20 Minutes a Day” campaign, parents are encouraged to either read to, or listen to their child read to improve numerous skills.