7 responses to “The Literacy SHAKE

  1. I think this quote sums it up for me;

    “Literacy is a bridge from misery to hope.”
    ― Kofi Annan

    Building bridges between what is and what could be is one of the most significant benefits of being literate, and one of the most important things we can do as people. In the SWA Literacy Celebration, we have an opportunity on a small scale to connect with each other through celebration. And that’s always good.

  2. This video makes me want to read read read until I fall over from exhaustion. Which I usually do, because I read before bedtime and usually find myself either staying up way too late with a good book or nodding off with others. Thank you for sharing your love of reading with us!!!

    Grade 7s saw your Harlem Literacy Shake and would like to respond. Stay tuned!!

  3. This is so much fun. found this quote that I like

    “People don’t realize how a man’s whole life can be changed by one book.”
    ― Malcolm X

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  5. Im wondering if you might have just created a new meme

    The Harlem literacy shake
    How awesome if schools across the world caught on an there were 10,000,000 views promoting books

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