Read about the very special program that gives books to Maine kindergartners each year and learn when and how to read with the toddlers in your life.
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Raising Readers is a health and literacy program in the state of Maine providing quality hardcover books to children at birth and at well-child visits through age five.
Raising Readers is generously funded by the Libra Foundation.
Number of Books Given:
Number of Participating
Number of Children Served:
187,000 individual children
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