I was reading an article at Color Online and was introduced to the LitWorld Girls Clubs for Literacy. I didn’t know that this group even existed. I am so glad that I read other blogs and sites to get this very important information. Sometimes there is so much out there it’s impossible to digest all of it. So, let’s get those girls reading.

 

The LitWorld organization has partnered with New Moon Girls, which is one of my favorite magazines for young girls. New Moon Girls is published for and by young girls. Girls can share stories, poems and so much more. LitWorld is a nonprofit organization that works towards improving literacy worldwide.

 

LitWorld has worked with many advocates in creating World Read Aloud Day, Global Action for Children, Global Campaigning for Education, Scholastic and the Pearson Foundation’s We Give Books initiative. This is a wonderful group to become associated with. Their goal for 2014 is to help one million children learn to read.

 

If you would like to learn more about this organization or help reach out to help a child learn to read please visit them at Donate or Get Involved. Happy Reading!

 

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