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Making a Difference (Reach Out and Read) #1008886

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 11, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Belleville, Illinois: Kevin Tibbles) The Reach Out and Read program at Scott Air Force Base in Illinois that encourages parents to read aloud to their kids by providing a new book at every visit to the pediatrician featured. [Air Force pediatrician Capt. Mary Beth DOYLE†- says reading is a coping mechanism for children.] [Air Force Maj. Douglas BOOSER†- comments on reading to his kids via recordings while deployed.] [Mother Pam BOOSER†- comments.] [Air Force pediatric flight commander Maj. Guy VENUTI†, Reach Out and Read CEO Earl Martin PHALEN†- comment on the benefit for children.] [Air Force S/Sgt. Janet ATKINS†- comments on her husband’s recordings for their daughter.]

Williams, Brian;
Tibbles, Kevin

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