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Kwame Alexander says young people need intelligent entertainment. Read more

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Take time to talk with children about racism and social injustice. Read more

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A Richmond mom’s homegrown childhood literacy program equips local kids with ‘reading superpowers.’ Read more

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Chop Suey Books takes an unplanned leap into publishing. Read more

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From the Summer 2016 Carytown Guide: Carytown is an all-inclusive destination for a day out with the family Read more

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Written for children ages 5 to 8, Richmonder Robin Hurst's book "How Can I Choose?" aims “to engage parents and children in conversations with and about God.” Read more

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Maya Payne Smart talks about literacy, VCU basketball and her role as Christmas Mother. Read more

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