Broward: Read for the Record 2020

September 4, 2020
Education
Broward: Read for the Record "Evelyn Del Rey is Moving Away" artwork

Read for the Record 2020 Book:

Evelyn Del Rey Is Moving Away !

Have look at these fun materials for the big day!

The Children’s Services Council of Broward County invites you to celebrate literacy and the power of reading on October 29th, 2020, by volunteering to read for Broward: Read for the Record! This year’s chosen book, “Evelyn Del Rey Is Moving Away” by Meg Medina, is a celebration of lasting friendship, the power of connection, and encountering change! Part of the national Jumpstart’s Read for the Record® campaign, this event mobilizes millions of children and adults to celebrate literacy by participating in the largest shared reading experience.

(Discover more about Broward Reads: The Campaign For Grade-Level Reading)

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