Reader’s Digest: November 2014

In case you missed it: Follow the links to enjoy bonus content featured in our November 2014 issue.

November 2014 cover
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R.E.A.D. Together: Send Us Your Pics!

The Reader’s Digest Foundation is proud to announce a two-year $500,000 grant to the Parent-Child Home Program that will kick off a national partnership to celebrate reading and improve children’s literacy. You can help raise awareness with a simple snapshot of you reading to the children in your life! For details, go to rd.com/readtogether.

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