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That's why programs like BookSpring's 2013 Read-a-Thon in Austin, TX are so important.
The Year 7s from Stokesley Secondary School raised the money during a sponsored three-week read-a-thon as part of their English studies.
Last year, with fundraising needs for the library renovation met and construction under way, the students decided to send their love to the library at the end of the hall and surprised Librarian Nancy Guttler with the read-a-thon proceeds.
Photo: Fourth-grader Emily Thomas, left, reads while Zoe Secrest listens during the Rooms 4 Read-a-thon program that helped raise $12,000 for the Railway Platform Schools of India.
Donation Caps Books for Kids' First Annual Read-A-Thon for New York City Schools
over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that the number of First Spouses for the 4th Annual Global Classroom Read-A-Thon is now 30 rather than 28 and that the two additional states/names that have been added to the roster are:
A week after the pageant was under way, Martinez had organized a read-a-thon to raise funds for much-needed books and computer programs at the Boys & Girls Club of the San Fernando Valley.
The group picture topped off the citywide "Connecting Kids to the Library" Read-a-Thon and Centennial Sleepover.