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However, I had no idea that those very same kids, who are now adults, would be so passionate and dedicated to bringing Reading Rainbow back for the next generation." When they continued on to 6.4 million, expansion possibilities became realities.

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He connects young readers to real world experiences by taking them to such places as NASA, to learn about sound, and to Niagara Falls, to learn about how water is used to create electricity.

Now that Skybrary is on the web, Burton is focused on the rollout of Skybrary for schools.

Le Var Burton, the 12-time Emmy Award-winning actor and host of Reading Rainbow, is on a mission "to encourage the love of reading and learning in every child, everywhere." In 2012, Burton and his RRKidz Co-Founder and CEO Mark Wolfe brought reading to kids on mobile when they launched the Reading Rainbow app on the i Pad.

After seeing over 16 million books read and fieldtrip videos watched on the Reading Rainbow app, Burton and Wolf wanted to broaden their reach even farther, so they turned to Kickstarter.

Starting with a pilot this fall, Skybrary should be available to all schools by mid-school year.

The school version will include special lesson plans and teacher management tools.

As Burton explains, "We feel that highlighting and other 'learn-to-read' tools are a different product." With Skybrary, Burton wants to focus on getting kids to "love to read." With over 500 books, kids are sure to find many favorites within this vast library.

In addition to narrating many of the books, Le Var Burton lends his considerable acting talents to the video fieldtrips.

Each book has the option to have it read to you or you can read it yourself.

For narrators, kids hear gifted storytellers -- frequently Le Var Burton -- read the passages of the books.


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