09/03/2009 9:05 AM
Early Moments™ Children’s Book Clubs and the Brooklyn Cyclones are attempting to set a World Record For International Literacy Day . Thousands of New Yorkers are expected to set the Guinness World Record for “The Most Adults Reading To Children” In Coney Island on Friday, September 4th.
America’s foremost publisher of Children’s Early Literacy Book Clubs and Brooklyn’s favorite baseball team are teaming up for one of the largest record attempts in the history of Brooklyn to herald International Literacy Day.
Early Moments™ Children's Book Clubs, the Brooklyn Cyclones and their fans are attempting to set the Guinness World Record for The Most Adults Reading to Children in a single location. The record will be set during the team’s game with the Lowell Spinners as a prelude to International Literacy Day September 8th.
The Cyclones will be handing out 4,000 copies of P.D. Eastman's Go, Dog. Go! and will ask fans to read along in unison just before the team's 7pm game. KeySpan Park gates open at 5:30. Get here early on Friday to become a part of history, and help the Cyclones set a world record!