Reading Is Fundamental Program Turns 40 The organization called Reading is Fundamental celebrates its 40th anniversary. The group, founded in Washington, D.C. by a former schoolteacher, encourages kids to read by giving them books, especially kids who would not have books of their own otherwise.
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Reading Is Fundamental Program Turns 40

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Reading Is Fundamental Program Turns 40

Reading Is Fundamental Program Turns 40

Reading Is Fundamental Program Turns 40

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The organization called Reading is Fundamental celebrates its 40th anniversary. The group, founded in Washington, D.C. by a former schoolteacher, encourages kids to read by giving them books, especially kids who would not have books of their own otherwise.

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Margaret McNamara Pastor, daughter of Reading is Fundamental founder Margaret McNamara