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Note from the Founder

I wanted to share some of the publicity Camp Read-a-Rama has gotten through the University of South Carolina. The Daytimes link (which goes out to all 8 USC campuses) is below, and the School of Library and Information Sciences website also has pictures from the week:  Click here to see more pictures from camp.   Video clips are forthcoming after they finish editing them.


At Read-a-Rama Programs, children and young adults explore books on a variety of topics with a small group of University of South Carolina students who are studying Children's and Young Adult Literature.

Read-a-Rama, a service learning project for university students offers a fun, educational experience for participants. Each program has a theme and prizes, and at every program, each participant chooses a free book to take home.

Fall and spring programs, which are free and open to the public, usually last 1 1/2 hours.  Camp Read-a-Rama, which began at Clemson University the summer of 2009, is a day camp that uses children's literature as a springboard for hands-on and outdoor education.  For more information on this year's camp program, please click here.

Read-a-Rama, a week-long blitz of field trips, story time events and other camp activities designed to improve attitudes about reading among children and their parents. During the camp, children read a variety of books that will serve as a springboard for hands-on, creative, fun and sometimes very messy activities based on the theme of the week.



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