READ A POEM TO A CHILD 2019 PHOTO ALBUM FOR VOLUNTEERS

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

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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!”

 

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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

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

 
 

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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
VIDEO LINK: https://archive.org/details/lindamitchell
































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