“…you get to learn as much as you want…”

That’s a powerful statement.   There are all kinds of limits put on these children, and they have very little control over their lives.   …but put a book in their hands, and they can learn as much as they want.

“I like Pjs because they are so comfortable- Also they keep you warm.  You can also run in them.  The way I feel about the P.J I got to day is happy.  Also I feel happy because they are fuzzy and warm.  Last they are very pretty.

The things I do at bed time is play games.  I bresh (brush) my teeth and I go to sleep.

I like to read because you get to learn more things.  Also you get to to learn as much as you want from reading.”

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Pajama Program provides new pajamas and new books to children in need, many who are waiting and hoping to be adopted. Thousands of the children we serve live in group homes and shelters and are shuffled often between temporary living facilities. Many of them have been abused or abandoned, and have never enjoyed the simple comfort of having a mother or father tuck them in at bedtime and read to them. Since 2001 we have provided more than one million pajamas and books to children in need nationwide. Our Pajama Program segments on NBC’s The TODAY Show which aired in December , 2008 and The Oprah Winfrey Show, which aired August, 2008 and twice in 2007, helped us grow to 79 chapters in 42 States nationwide. For more www.pajamaprogram.org. Pajama Program Reading Center & HQ: 34 E. 39th St., Suite B., New York, NY 10016, 212-716-9757.
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