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Video: Clifford the Big Red Dog gives books to children

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    Daziah Carson, 5, right, gives a high-five to Clifford the Big Red Dog as he visits the C.E. Dewberry Head Start Preschool to pass out free books of "The Little Red Hen" to promote literacy with the Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center on March, 18, 2014. The Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center is visiting all 7 Head Start Program sites giving away a free book to all the students, which are provided by a First Book grant that was given to the Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center to promote literacy.
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    Abbi O'Leary -
    Daziah Carson, 5, left, receives a book from Clifford the Big Red Dog as he visits the C.E. Dewberry Head Start Preschool students passing out free copies of "The Little Red Hen" with the Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center on March 18, 2014. The Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center is visiting all 7 Head Start Program sites giving away a free book to all the students, which are provided by a First Book grant that was given to the Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center to promote literacy.

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Clifford the Big Red Dog delighted more than 70 preschool children at the C.E. Dewberry Head Start Preschool Tuesday March 18, 2014. After being read a story about Clifford by Stephanie Perkins with Charlotte Speech & Hearing Center the children were each given "The Little Red Hen" book on their way back to class.The books were provided through a grant from First Book.

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