I am a retired Financial Aid Counselor from Cal State East Bay who is also a parent and grandparent.
I enjoy sharing my enthusiasm for reading with the students I interact with and always look forward to my weekly participation
Florence begins every Wednesday reading one-on-one to four different children. Her students range from ages four to eight years old. She immigrated from Italy and grew up in North Beach speaking Italian.
Sometimes her former students stop in at the
The best part of the Read Aloud Volunteer Program for me is the special time it creates for the reader and listener to share together, enjoying books and reading, awakening imaginations, and exploring literature.
I am in in my 16th year as an RAVP reader (and my 9th year on the program’s Board of Directors.)
My Cal State University, Hayward (now Cal State East Bay) colleague, Marilyn Nye, the program’s creator, recruited
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The Read-Aloud Volunteer Program was a wonderful experience for my kindergartener. The books supplemented our home library and the connection
Many thanks to David Graeven, a sociologist and social psychologist, for his work on behalf of the Read-Aloud VolunteerMore Successes
Tues., Sept. 16, 2014 at 10 am
Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley
East Bay children’s book author, Gary Soto will
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The Cooperative Children’s Book Center (CCBC), a research library of the School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, compiles
Read-Aloud received a generous donation from the Berkeley-based Bernard E. and Alba Witkin Charitable Foundation. The late Bernard Witkin
Celebrating our 18th year in WCCUSD.
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