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He was among honorees recognized Thursday at the literacy group's 20th year celebration.

Edgar Allen Poe is one of the emphases of the eighth Tucson Festival of Books, set for Saturday and Sunday, March 12 and 13, at the University of Arizona.

J.A. Jance will received the founders award at the eighth Tucson Festival of Books, set for Saturday and Sunday, March 12 and 13, at the University of Arizona.

Shakespeare's First Folio will be in Tucson during the Tucson Festival of Books.

The Tucson Festival of Books has announced its list of 2016 authors and donation to literacy.

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Map gives easy access to data about early literacy.

  • By Daniel Armenta Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Months worth of Poe0inspired activities.

Stories written by children are performed by professional actors to encourage literacy and imagination.

Get a sneak peak behind the scenes as Stories That Soar turns children's writings into theatrical performances. Produced by Angela Pittenger, …

With competition from televisions, tablets and video games, books are often overlooked by kids — even those who are excellent readers — as a w…

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Literacy connects seeks volunteers to work with children, adults.

Literacy programs benefit from the donations.

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Volunteers work with students in kindergarten through fifth grade.

Literacy Connects, Edge High School awarded a total of $6,000 in grants.

Program still needs about 300 new coaches for fall. 

A local literacy organization has received almost a half-million dollars to help students and families in the Sunnyside Unified School District.

  • By Sylvia M. Lee and Melinda Cervantes Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Amazing things happen when Tucsonans work together to educate our kids and fight poverty.

We’re nearing our goal of 500 new reading coaches for children in kindergarten through third grade, but we still need your help.

At the end of the second week of our campaign to recruit 500 reading coaches for children in kindergarten through third grade, we’re closer to…