Kevin Taylor may be Mr. Suits-and-ties at first glance, but this business manager at Scholastic takes time out of his day each week to go to The Scholastic Store (NYC) to read to a group of young kids eager for a good story and song. Kevin shares with us why he loves to read to kids and even gives us 3 tips for reading to kids that I know I'll never forget. Take it away Kevin!
To join Kevin for storytime, visit the Scholastic Store calendar to see when the next storytime and hokey pokey will take place: http://www.scholastic.com/sohostore
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