Saundra Kelley reading to children at Books A Million in Tallahassee, Florida
Samiri Hernández Hiraldo

I went to Club 4-H in Panacea on Monday and to Sail High School in Tallahassee yesterday. I had a great time. The kids were great. They were very receptive and asked questions.



Karla Olorato HendersonPedasí, Panama


Nancy Mitchell – Poet Laureate of the City of Salisbury, Maryland “Spent a wonderful morning talking and reading poetry to a terrifically fun group of Ms. Donna Abbott’s kindergarten class at Asbury Child Development Center in City of Salisbury, Maryland!”



Laurie McKay  I read a book of poems to children, ages 0-4 today, 9/27. at the Lake City (Michigan) Library’s Read Aloud today AND met another poet in real life. Cadillac, Michigan


Carol and Don Paterson, Memphis, Tennesse “Volunteering makes differences in lives, your and others. Choose your passion and give your time.”



Chris Bodor-St. Augustine, Florida

“Today, I read a poem to the kids in Miss Jana and Miss Heather’s class at the Trinity Early Learning Center of St. Augustine, Florida. Reading “Sick” by Shel Silverstein to a group of ten young children was a magical experience. They ranged in age from 2 years to 4 years. Hearing them laugh and giggle and seeing their eyes light up caught me off guard, in a joyful way. Many thanks to 100 Thousand Poets for Change for the invitation to read a poem to a child during the week of September 23rd to September 28th,”

Linda Mitchell-Manassas, Virginia Had a Pop-up Read Aloud today at school–it just so happens to also be Read a Poem to a Child week (part of 100 Thousand Poets for Change Global initiative) so I had to share some of my favs with this Spanish class. Stonewall Middle School – PWCS #positivelypwcs

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