Read for the Record

National Reading Day

In cooperation with the Pearson Foundation, Connected Reading technologies were powering Read for the Record. On October 6, 2011 more than 2 million people read Anna Dewdney's Llama Llama Red Pajama -- setting a world record in the process. For every book that was read, the Pearson Foundation donated a book children in low-income neighborhoods. Connected Reading technologies help provide 3 innovative ways of reading to encourage more participation.


read with Anna

Read with the author Anna Dewdney delivers an engaging reading of LLama LLama Red Pajama for you and your child over video. Connected Reading technology helps keep high-resolution book images in synch with the video.

read with family

Read with my family Read with your distant loved ones over video conference. Connected Reading technology gives you a unique opportunity to spend quality time with your remote family over a book.

read on a phone

Read on my phone Read Llama Llama Red Pajama on the go! This engaging mobile application brings the book to life on mobile phones. Anna joins the reading and asks children questions about the book.



• Pearson Foundation: Read for the Record
• Nokia Conversations: Book Your Place to Help Kids Read