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Read A Book Day is dedicated to promoting the joys of reading and emphasizing the importance of literacy. This day encourages readers of all ages and interests to indulge in the cognitive and emotional pleasures that printed texts can offer. While this observance highlights the value of reading as a source of knowledge, entertainment, and personal growth, it also serves to remind us of the crucial role that literacy plays in education and social mobility. In the United States, this ongoing effort is reflected in various initiatives such as public library systems, literacy campaigns, and book fairs. The significance of this observance is particularly relevant in America, where, according to a study conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics, more than 30 million adults cannot read, write, or do basic math above a third-grade level. Promoting reading through observances like Read A Book Day can contribute to reducing literacy gaps among different socioeconomic groups and improving overall education levels. In America, Read A Book Day is often observed through various activities designed to recognize and stimulate reading. These may include hosting reading events at schools and libraries, organizing book club meetings, sharing reading lists or recommendations, or simply dedicating time to enjoying a book personally.

Here at Decena Home Care we encourage our seniors to go to a school locally and read the kids a book.

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