Sandra Lindley, right, and Lydia Kuhn behind listens to a reader at the Krispy Kreme shop in Fresno, Calif. Kuhn and others like her spent the morning several years ago reading “To Kill a Mockingbird,” as part of The National Endowment for the Arts effort to get American’s to read more.
Sandra Lindley, right, and Lydia Kuhn behind listens to a reader at the Krispy Kreme shop in Fresno, Calif. Kuhn and others like her spent the morning several years ago reading “To Kill a Mockingbird,” as part of The National Endowment for the Arts effort to get American’s to read more. GARY KAZANJIAN AP File
Sandra Lindley, right, and Lydia Kuhn behind listens to a reader at the Krispy Kreme shop in Fresno, Calif. Kuhn and others like her spent the morning several years ago reading “To Kill a Mockingbird,” as part of The National Endowment for the Arts effort to get American’s to read more. GARY KAZANJIAN AP File

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