61% of lower income families have no children’s books in the home. This lack of books puts children at a disadvantage, because 75% of students who are poor readers in third grade remain poor readers in high school.



Middle-income children are read to aloud an average of 1,200 hours by the time they reach kindergarten. Lower-income children are read to about 25 hours.



Children develop much of their capacity to learn in the first three years of life when their brains grow to 90% of their eventual adult weight. 



Providing books for children often is a great advantage to their parents as well. Parents with low reading skills have been shown to improve their literacy by having books in the house. The family reading together has a better chance of breaking the illiteracy cycle that keeps appearing generation after generation.




  OUR TOTAL BOOK EVENT DONATIONS                             82,775 BOOKS

Children Read

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    Children Read, Inc.                                     Children Read, Inc.

                                1271 Jody Lane                                   2936M North Druid Hills Rd.                

    Atlanta, GA 30329                                      Atlanta, GA 30329 

                                                                                                         (Behind Ameris Bank)


                                                 Open Tuesday 10 AM-12 PM; 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

                                                              (by appointment  at other times)   


404-295-0789 (Cindy Jaret)


Children Read, Inc.

A Non-Profit 501(c)(3) Public Charity

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