by Alice Ozma and Jim Brozina
June 18, 2011 When Alice Ozma was 9 years old, her father made a promise: to read to her every night for 100 nights. But once the pair met their goal, they didn't stop. The Reading Streak lasted 3,218 days — and finally ended on Alice's first day of college.
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