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In other words, when Reading Rainbow began in 1983, the big question was, “how do we get kids interested in reading?
But if you’re donating to Reading Rainbow because of the grandiose charity rhetoric Burton’s employing on Kickstarter, you might want to look elsewhere — maybe the nonprofit Children’s Literacy Initiative or the Washington, D.
which, despite Burton’s charisma, is exactly what the Rainbow reboot is.
Don’t get me wrong: Anything that puts books in kids’ hands is good, and anything that even incrementally helps them to read is wonderful.
C.-based First Book, both of which get high grades from Charity Navigator.
They might not have Le Var’s nostalgia appeal, but there’s no doubt who those charities serve.