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Read Across America Day

Reading is a great way to explore new worlds, develop language skills, and gain new perspectives. To celebrate reading, we have a national observance called Read Across America. The event takes place on March 2nd each year, which is also Dr. Seuss’s birthday.

During Read Across America, kids and adults alike can participate in fun activities like book readings, writing contests, and more. Schools across the country also have special classes and events dedicated to encouraging kids to read. So, if you’re looking for a fun way to celebrate reading, why not join in the fun for Read Across America?

Keeping track of books you read can be a great way to help you stay organized and motivated. One way to do this is to create a spreadsheet or list of the books you have read, along with the date you started and finished each one. You can also add notes about each book, such as the author, publisher, and any interesting plot points. This will make it easier to reflect on and remember each book, and it will also help you keep track of your progress.

Alternatively, you can use an app or website that allows you to keep track of books you've read, rate them, and share your thoughts with other readers.

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