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Reading Rockets has created 30-second public service announcements featuring celebrities Morgan Freeman, Reba McIntire, Molly Ringwald, Vivica Fox, and Al Roker. The lighthearted video spots encourage parents to read with their children. You are welcome to broadcast the public service announcements or include them on your website.

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