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The I Can Readathon is for children who are learning to read. By pledging to read every day, new readers grow more confident and can enjoy reading on their own and proudly say, "I Can Read!"

I Can Read! Books and PBS KIDS are partnering on a national cross-platform initiative designed to promote reading for children and address the summer learning slide. This partnership will provide access to PBS’ localized network of stations to promote events in bookstores around the country.

This is the third annual I Can Readathon, and the 2016 kits includes GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS © reading challenges as well as PBS KIDS summer learning materials.

PBS KIDS and the PBS KIDS Logo are registered trademarks of Public Broadcasting Service. Used with permission. Guinness World Records Limited. The words GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS and related logos are trademarks of Guinness World Records Limited.

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My Reading Journal

My Reading Journal
Track your progress and chart the titles of books you read.

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Activity Booklet
Includes How to Host an I Can Readathon, coloring, connect the dots, calendar reading log, and more.

Certificate
Print and sign your certificate after reading every day for the I Can Readathon!

Poster
Decorate your library, classroom, or recreational center with this poster celebrating the I Can Readathon.

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