Cardinals Charities has honored Kids Need to Read (KNTR) with a $2,500 grant award to be used toward the READ Together program. Funds dedicated toward READ Together are used to implement the program in poorly funded schools located in low socioeconomic areas of the United States. KNTR chooses participating schools from applicants who demonstrate they […]

By Denise Gary Photos by Gloria Weddle and Denise Gary The Little Flame Art by Steven Riley Kids Need to Read participates in many fun activities, but there really is nothing better than simply getting a chance to read with kids! There is such a beautiful connection between reader and child, and to get a […]

By Lori Cothrun The premiere Steampunk convention, Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention (WWWC) makes it’s fifth triumphant return to Old Tucson Studios from Friday, March 4th through Sunday, March 6th, 2016. For the fourth year running, WWWC has invited Kids Need to Read to benefit from a variety of events and fundraising efforts! You will […]

By Zachary J. Fox Kindle Book Review, an online book review service, has generously sponsored the READ Together program with a $500 contribution! The company caters to up-and-coming indie authors by publishing professional reviews of their books on Amazon, Goodreads, and Barnes & Noble. Kids Need to Read is grateful to receive support for READ […]

By Denise Gary Photos by Denise Gary Kids Need to Read (KNTR) had a terrific time giving books to the second grade students of Lowell Elementary School, the third giving day this year with our partners, Mesa Arts Center (MAC). KNTR provides books in support of MAC’s Literacy through the Arts program at the school. […]

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