Read60 is proud to be represented by Alan Santana who is an Ambassador of our organization.Mr. Santana possesses ethics beyond reproach. He is passionate about helping children and serves as a spokesperson when presenting at schools, assemblies, and various organizations.
Read with Alan Santana
Alan Santana is a gregarious ringside commentator who utilizes a combination of showmanship, intelligence, and accuracy that is adored by many fans. He presides as the North American Coordinator for the American Boxing Organization and holds the position of Executive Board Member with the World Boxing Hall of Fame. Alan is the official Ambassador for the ABO (Adaptive Boxing Organization) and public relations spokesperson as well.
Legends Shooting for Peace
This workbook discusses the topics of police contacts. It builds a knowledge base of criminal justice and then utilizes real-life examples of what to do and what not to do during police encounters. The hopes are to build a bridge between the community and the police, making it safer for everyone.
Read with Cory Joseph
Cory Joseph is a player for the NBA Toronto Raptors. As a Canada native, Cory Joseph highlights many places that are important and special to him in the city he grew up in. Cory Joseph understands the importance of reading and encourages you to read and study various topics.
Say No to Gangs, Say Yes to Success
This book discusses the topic of gangs. Gang membership leads to jail and/or prison, and jail is not glamorous. Every part of daily life is controlled; when to leave the cell, when to use the shower, when to eat, and many other things.
Love Has No Walls
This book discusses the topic of someone you love who is in jail or prison. Inmates will tell you jail is not glamorous like some people think it is. What they really want you to understand is that, they love you and want the best for you. They want you to live a good life, not a life behind bars. They want you to read, learn, get good grades, and be successful.
Read with Charles "Choo" Smith
Charles "Choo" Smith is a former Harlem Globetrotter and he shares the memorable attractions and history of his home town Baltimore. Join Choo for the journey into what has made Baltimore so special.
Read with JYD Jerome “Junkyard” Williams and NBA Greats
This book will bring enjoyment and at the same time encourage children to read. Success is often connected to a higher level of reading and JYD wants you to achieve your dreams just like he did. This book focuses on four topics: anti-bullying, health and fitness, poetry, and financial literacy.
This book focuses on how hurtful and damaging bullying can be and what to do when you are bullied or know someone who is being bullied. The book discusses bullying, different types of bullies, and their behavior. It details what we can do about bullies and most importantly, how we can get along and make a difference together. It is everyone’s duty to make sure that all children are treated with respect. You are not alone and help is available.
This book will bring enjoyment and at the same time teach children, young adults their parents/guardians the basics of personal finance and saving for college. Financial literacy is a vital life skill and this book will help lead the way.
I’m Just Like You
This book helps children understand the intellectual, physical, and developmental disabilities that special needs children face, yet at the same time, point out just how similar they are to other children without disabilities. Approximately, 6.5 million people suffer from an intellectual disability in the United States and one percent of the global population. Together we can learn about disabilities such as Down Syndrome, Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and many others; how each of us is unique and valued. We can all learn from each other and realize how similar we are.
Healing Stories of the New Testament
This book focuses on stories of the New Testament and how Jesus lived and how we should live by His word, pray to God daily, and feel blessed, as we are God’s children. It’s important to understand that all things are possible with God. “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” (Philippians 4:13)