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“Get Caught Reading” with Free Posters



Launched in 1999 by the AAP and now managed by Every Child a Reader, Get Caught Reading provides posters of TV stars, famous athletes, authors, and beloved book characters reading a book.


The first new poster for 2019 features Olympic gold medalist and author Laurie Hernandez, and is available now for free, thanks to a sponsorship by KPMG, whose citizenship mission is to encourage lifelong learning through literacy.


Laurie Hernandez’s new book, She’s Got This, illustrated by Nina Mata, is a picture book about chasing your dreams and never giving up, and is being published October 9 by HarperCollins Children’s Books.


Ask a Youth Services Librarian for a free poster while supplies last!


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