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Peaches and Sourcream Children’s Foundation, Inc. promotes the JOY of reading for children in grades k-4th. This platform was created to help children find their voices in reading by simply allowing them to read aloud from books of their own choosing. Our podcast is a virtual library, a place where people gather to read an eclectic collection of books on various genres so that children can tune in and listen to a variety of voices. This is not a place to project perfection but a place of connection where learning to read is a work in progress.
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Reading Aloud with Peaches Robin Muldor-Engram

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Peaches and Sourcream Children’s Foundation, Inc. promotes the JOY of reading for children in grades k-4th. This platform was created to help children find their voices in reading by simply allowing them to read aloud from books of their own choosing. Our podcast is a virtual library, a place where people gather to read an eclectic collection of books on various genres so that children can tune in and listen to a variety of voices. This is not a place to project perfection but a place of connection where learning to read is a work in progress.
Sign up children today at Robin.Muldor@gmail.com

    Peaches’s Fuzzy Peach Guest Reader Amirah Muldor

    Peaches’s Fuzzy Peach Guest Reader Amirah Muldor

    In today’s episode Little Amirah is a rising 2nd grader who has read over 25 books during the summer. Listen as she sits for Q&A before reading “ The Pigeon Has to Go to School” by Mo Willems.

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    • 6 min
    Peaches’s Read Aloud Guest Reader Robin Muldor-Engram

    Peaches’s Read Aloud Guest Reader Robin Muldor-Engram

    In today’s episode author Deborah Hatchett insists that Founder/CEO Robin Muldor reads from her book “ A Mouse in My House” ( 1997) This book is a children’s book for early learners. It is a story about mice who take food from a women’s house without asking for permission. The author Deborah Hatchett is a graduate of Howard University in Washington, D.C. and a former K-12 educator for the school district of Philadelphia. She performs music and storytelling for PreK-1st grade

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    • 3 min
    Peaches’s Read Aloud Featured Guest Robin Muldor Engram

    Peaches’s Read Aloud Featured Guest Robin Muldor Engram

    It’s raining and pouring and our Founder/CEO Mrs. Robin was snoring. She peeked from underneath the sheets and decided to curl up and read a good book before falling back to sleep. Ira Sleeps Over by Bernard Waber (1972 & 2000)

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    • 10 min
    #5 Peaches’ Kids Korner Fuzzy Peach Reader Jackson Robinson

    #5 Peaches’ Kids Korner Fuzzy Peach Reader Jackson Robinson

    Today’s Fuzzy Peach Reader is Jackson Robinson of Charlotte, N.C. He is a bright 7 year old and a rising 3rd grader. He enjoys playing basketball & football, and playing golf with his grandfather. When he grows up he wants to be a firefighter, and or a football & basketball player. He has chosen to read “ Go, Dog. Go! by P. D. Eastman

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    • 7 min
    Black Children Matter by Peaches and Sourcream Children’s Foundation, Inc.

    Black Children Matter by Peaches and Sourcream Children’s Foundation, Inc.

    At a time when this country is riddled with racism, hatred & violence, we take a moment to praise the existence of every Black child. You can find a list of ten great books posted on our website’s blog at peachesandsourcream.com

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    • 2 min
    Peaches’ Read Aloud Featured Guest Reader Robin Muldor-Engram

    Peaches’ Read Aloud Featured Guest Reader Robin Muldor-Engram

    Today’s episode is an ode to the office of the presidency. Unfortunately, America’s children are experiencing a time in history when keeping peace and other issues of mutual interest seems like a thing of the past. Today’s reader is Founder/CEO Robin Muldor-Engram. Since the voting age of 18, she has lived through the presidency of Ronald Reagan, George H. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Barack H. Obama, and they each left the office of the presidency with its dignity intact. Listen as she reads “ about the nation’s most famous home with Woodrow and his family as they work and play in the White House. The title of today’s story is “ Woodrow, the White House Mouse” written and illustrated by Peter & Cheryl Barnes. Here’s a chance for parents to give their young reader an early start about the functions of the Office of the Presidency of the United States of America. One of its most important aspects is to create PEACE can be found on page 14.

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    • 6 min

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