My Interview With Kristi Yamaguchi | The Always Dream Foundation


I was given the amazing opportunity to Interview Kristi Yamaguchi, Ladies’ Singles Olympic Champion, 2 time World Figure Skating Champion and a U.S. Figure Skating Champion, about her amazing initiative to help bring the love of reading to more children – The Always Dream Foundation.

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I had the chance to ask 6 questions and hear from Kristi herself how she wanted to help impact Children’s Literacy as well as how we as parents can help bring a love of reading to our children every day in March which is National Reading Month with the 20/20 Reading Challenge with LeapFrog.

 

 

As a parent, we can plant the seeds for a love of reading with just 20 minutes a day!

I also have the chance to offer one of you a Signed Copy of Kristi’s book:

 

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15 thoughts on “My Interview With Kristi Yamaguchi | The Always Dream Foundation

  • Kristin Goodson

    I loved the Phantom Tollbooth.. I never had to read it for school, but it was in my personal library at home and I read it a few times.

  • Kristin Goodson

    I started reading Patricia Cornwell mystery novels in high school and I still love them to this day! She is an amazing author and I love every single one of her books in the Scarpetta series.

    • MrsTee Post author

      Thanks Rhonda!! Wow!! I love when your childhood passions take you into a career. We have a pretty nice collection too. There is still something about holding a book in your hands.

    • MrsTee Post author

      Yes. I love that she is taking such a big stance for such an important issue. Oh!! I LOVE Little Women – I can\’t wait to read it with my Girlies 🙂

  • Mrs. AOK

    I opened up this post and my daughter yelled, "Hey, Mommy! That's Kristi Yamaguchi" She's a super fan 🙂 She has the "Dream Big Little Pig" book autographed to her. She loves it.

    My favorite book as a child: That's tough! I guess I would go with Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs.
    Thanks for the fun giveaway!
    XOXO

    • MrsTee Post author

      Haha!!! So Cool!! That’s how I was when I found out is get to interview her…Aww so fun I hope she can add another signed copy to her library 🙂 I didn’t even know that was a book! I’ve only seen the movie – I see a library trip in order LOL

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