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Easy Reader says -- The Electric Company is on DVD, man
- If you were a kid during the early 1970s, those were your salad days for children's programming. If you weren't getting up before your parents on Saturday mornings to wa...
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One of public television's most popular children's programs gets a facelift for today's media-driven kids, boosting the interactive content, but the commendable goal of the program remains the same as it was in the '70s: reducing the literacy gap between low- and middle-income families and promoting the idea that ''reading is cool.''
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