An excited Kathleen, 3, listens as young leader Alana Greer, 30, from the Community Justice Project reads “Not Norman: A Goldfish Story” by Kelly Bennett during the United Way of Miami-Dade's Read for the Record a nationwide campaign, where millions of adults read the same book to young children to raise awareness for early childhood literacy at the United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education in Miami.
An excited Kathleen, 3, listens as young leader Alana Greer, 30, from the Community Justice Project reads “Not Norman: A Goldfish Story” by Kelly Bennett during the United Way of Miami-Dade's Read for the Record a nationwide campaign, where millions of adults read the same book to young children to raise awareness for early childhood literacy at the United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education in Miami. CHRIS CUTRO FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
An excited Kathleen, 3, listens as young leader Alana Greer, 30, from the Community Justice Project reads “Not Norman: A Goldfish Story” by Kelly Bennett during the United Way of Miami-Dade's Read for the Record a nationwide campaign, where millions of adults read the same book to young children to raise awareness for early childhood literacy at the United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education in Miami. CHRIS CUTRO FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

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