November 9th Young Readers Day

There is no question that reading educates as well as entertains and what a great way to teach the youth around us how to have fun. Today was created by Pizza Hut in 1989 for the Center For The Book at the Library of Congress. It always falls on the second Tuesday of November so the dates do change. Reading can take children to far away places and different times, it explores imagination and creates new friends along the way. And since anytime the days work out for books, I’m pitching mine, “Why The Evergreen’s Stay Green”! It’s perfect for older readers, younger readers and for people that just like to have book placed on tables for their friends to think they are better educated.

How to celebrate – Find books for children to read. Show childern reading is fun by reading yourself. Buy a copy of “Why The Evergreen’s Stay Green”.


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