Come On Harlem Families, Lets ‘Read And Romp’ At Harlem Hospital

May 7, 2014

Read&Romp-WebHarlem Hospital is inviting families to Read and Romp at a special literacy event for children.  The goal is to encourage Harlem families to prepare their kids for school by reading to them at home.  Children will enjoy storybook readings, book-related-crafts, and will receive free books.  Parents will receive information on how to make reading a regular part of their child’s routine for healthy brain development and school-readiness.

 Read and Romp!  Family event to promote children’s literacy

Friday, May 9th, 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Harlem Hospital Center, 506 Lenox Avenue – Pediatric Clinic,New York, NY 10036

Hosted by: Reach Out and Read of Greater New York; Harlem Hospital Center, Pediatric Department; and Momentum Worldwide

Learn more at:

Reach Out and Read of Greater New York partners with pediatricians to prepare children in New York’s neediest communities for school.  They provide free books to children six months through five years old, and help parents make reading part of their family’s daily routine in 200 hospitals and health centers throughout New York State. For more information, visit:

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