Gov. Fashola reads to children on UN Intl. Day 2008 in Lagos
Rev. Jesse Jackson, American civil rights activist, reads to children from a book on Kwame Nkrumah at the Port Harcourt Book Festival 2011
Gov. Amaechi reads to children from ‘Little Snake and Little Frog’ at Kpite State School, Ogoni, on Children's Day 2013
Mr. Charles Gbandi, HR Operations Manager, SHELL, reads to children from ‘The Legend; Nelson Mandela’ at the Port Harcourt Book Festival 2013
Mrs. Lulu Briggs, Executive Director, Moni Pulo Ltd, reads to children from the ‘Great Scientist , Marie Curie’ in 2013
Tonye Cole, CEO, Sahara Group, reads to children from 'Florence Nightingale' at the Port Harcourt Book Festival 2014
Ibinabo Fiberesima, President, Actors Guild of Nigeria, reads to children from 'Thomas Edison' at the Port Harcourt Book Festival 2014
Nollywood's Patience Ozokwor (Mama Gee) reads to children from ‘The Barber's Clever Wife ' at a Celebrity Reads' session in Port Harcourt in 2014
Actor, Chinedu Ikedieze (Aki) interacts with school children at a Celebrity Reads session in Port Harcourt in 2014
Musician Burna Boy reads Nkruma Kwame’s story to children at a Celebrity Reads session in Port Harcourt in 2014
Musician, Timi Dakolo reads to children from ‘The Value of Determination’ at a Celebrity Reads session in Port Harcourt in 2014

In 2008, the Rainbow Book Club began to get leaders in various spheres of society to read to and interact with children over carefully chosen books to inspire children to read and to teach them good values. The readers use the stories to communicate lessons in character and share with the children how books have shaped their lives. Readers have included Government Ministers, Governors, captains of industry and celebrities. Over 1000 children from over 100 schools have taken part in our reading sessions.