Lead to Read volunteer Lynn Carlton and her reading buddy Shamarian crack open “Charlotte's Web” at Wendell Phillips Elementary School, 1619 E. 24th Terrace in Kansas City.
Lead to Read volunteer Lynn Carlton and her reading buddy Shamarian crack open “Charlotte's Web” at Wendell Phillips Elementary School, 1619 E. 24th Terrace in Kansas City. Lindsey Foat Hale Center for Journalism
Lead to Read volunteer Lynn Carlton and her reading buddy Shamarian crack open “Charlotte's Web” at Wendell Phillips Elementary School, 1619 E. 24th Terrace in Kansas City. Lindsey Foat Hale Center for Journalism

Volunteers in Lead to Read program take lunch hour to share a love of learning

May 31, 2015 9:41 PM

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