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Happy World Read Aloud Day 2013!

Written by Lisa Spurgin, 6th March 2013

Today - Wednesday 6th March - is the big day: World Read Aloud Day 2013.

The Reader Organisation is proud to be a WRADvocate partner of World Read Aloud Day, celebrating the pleasures of reading aloud every day of the year. Today, we're encouraging everyone to read something aloud today, be it a few lines from a poem or a short story, to help raise the voices of those throughout the world who are unable to do so.

This year's World Read Aloud Day theme is 'Read It Forward'. To mark this, some of our Readers are reading something special from A Little, Aloud for Children forward...enjoy (and we hope they inspire you to Read It Forward too)!

Why not tell us on Twitter and Facebook what you'll be reading aloud today for World Read Aloud Day?

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