Raising A Reader in the News

Changing the World One Bright Red Book Bag at a Time
School Library Journal
By Nell Colburn, Multnomah County Library
September 1, 2011

Are Ebooks Any Good?
School Library Journal
June 1, 2011

Kids Who Read Early Stay In School
San Francisco Chronicle Letter to the Editor by Jeffery Miller
May 25, 2011

Sharing a love of reading: Raising A Reader San Mateo County
Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Mountain View, Calif.
May 23, 2011

Raising A Reader Graduates Given Special Blue Book Bags
The Ponca City News
May 22, 2011

Solution to education problems lies with parents
USA Today! Letter to the Editor by Dr. Gabrielle Miller
Raising A Reader National Office
May 15, 2011

Ponca City Raising A Reader program expands thanks to Bank of the West donation
Smart Start Kay County, Ponca City, Okla.
January 30, 2011

Parents must not be an afterthought in plans for educational progress
Silicon Valley Education Foundation Thoughts on Public Education blog by Dr. Gabrielle Miller
Raising A Reader National Office
January 25, 2011

Parents, Books and the Roots of Literacy
New America Foundation Early Ed Watch Podcast with Dr. Gabrielle Miller
Raising A Reader National Office
January 24, 2011

Must we have the digital vs. print battle?
Washington Post blog by Dr. Gabrielle Miller
Raising A Reader National Office
November 5, 2010

Effective Parent-Child Book Sharing: New Mexico Journal of Reading article by Dr. Gabrielle Miller
Raising A Reader National Office
October 22, 2010

The Power of Parents: Op Ed in Good Magazine written by Dr. Gabrielle Miller
Raising A Reader National Office
October 19, 2010

The Importance of the Library: EducationNews.org Interview
The Seattle Public Library, Seattle, Wash.
August 5, 2010

Raising A Reader featured by the American Library Association
Raising A Reader National Office
July 15, 2010

Raising A Reader executive director interviewed by EducationNews.org
Raising A Reader National Office
June 28, 2010

Santa Ana students graduate from Raising A Reader program with high marks
Early Literacy Program, Orange County, Calif.
June 23, 2010

Library Foundation makes early literacy a priority by investing in Raising A Reader
Multnomah County Library, Portland, Ore.
May 5, 2010

Community television station features local Santa Cruz County Raising A Reader program
Pajaro Valley Unified School District, Watsonville, Calif.
Spring 2010

Blue Library Bag Days meaningfully connect families to their local library 
Roaring Fork Valley Early Learning Fund, Glenwood Springs, Colo.
April 29, 2010

GlaxoSmithKline Foundation awards Raising A Reader expansion grant
Avery County Smart Start, Newland, N.C.
March 26, 2010

Raising A Reader children more ready to learn when entering kindergarten
Roaring Fork Valley Early Learning Fund, Glenwood Springs, Colo.
February 4, 2010

Raising A Reader launched in apartment communities in central and north Phoenix
Southwest Human Development, Phoenix, Ariz.
January 24, 2010

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Press Releases

RAR Announces a Request for Proposals
October 10, 2012
Raising A Reader seeks proposals from evaluation vendors with a national reputation for excellence and the demonstrated the capacity to support efforts associated with RAR’s Innovative Approach to Literacy Award (#S215G120141).

RAR Expands Program into Kindergarten
January 11, 2012

Harlem Children’s Zone joins the Raising A Reader Affiliate Network
October 26, 2010

Dr. Holly Kreider joins the Raising A Reader National Office as new director of programs
May 3, 2010 

Raising A Reader boosts parent-child "book cuddling" success through national expansion
February 23, 2010

Publications

Book Sharing: Promoting early literacy, helping families overcome barriers
National Head Start Association's Children and Families Magazine
Fall 2008

Dear Reader at the Library: Anonymous post
San Francisco Bay Area Craig's List Rants and Raves
October 30, 2007

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Raising A Reader is a national nonprofit organization that helps families successfully build and sustain literacy routines in the home.