National Literacy Month is preparing to slide out from under us all in just 15 days. Since it is Imagiread wants to do something that we’ve never done before. We want to talk to those who struggle with literacy, on any level, about their struggle and get them assistance. If you know someone that is struggling with literacy, whether they be a child orLearn more
Most everyone knows that the world of children’s literature has diversified tremendously over the last decade. More and more the market has opened up to showcasing all kinds of relatable tales written about all sorts of kids. It’s been a sight to see with everyone from differently-abled protagonists to transgendered antagonists taking the lead, all living authentically. With so much having changed in theLearn more
National #ReadABookDay is happening this Tuesday, one day after Labor Day. Now it would make sense to read two straight days but for most people, it’s back to work and school. So we thought it would be cool to list a few things that can be done to make the most of the day even if you and your family can’t spend the wholeLearn more
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When we attended Imagiread’s Artist(s) of Storytelling we had a blast! I was reminded to take our Family Literacy time together seriously.
After Tiffany came to our school and read “It’s Water Time, Ma!” my daughter woke up every morning and drank water first thing. She never drank water before that, I am so thankful.