For three decades, Reading Rainbow helped inspire joy in reading and books for generations of children. A new app aims to reboot the popular children’s program.
From 1983 to 2009, the nonprofit PBS television program Reading Rainbow helped improve children’s literacy with fun and interactive skits led by actor LeVar Burton.
“But you don’t have to take my word for it.”
If you remember Burton’s famous catchphrase, you might get sentimental watching his new Kickstarter campaign to help teach children how to read.
The Kickstarter campaign pledge was $1 million. At the time this article was written, over $3.2 million had been raised.
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