RedRover News



July 21, 2021

Beauty in our roots: My journey to animal welfare and humane education

July 14, 2021

Making a difference for survivors

July 14, 2021

A journey of kindness: How one little organization is making a big difference

July 14, 2021

Lucky Luna’s Happy Tail

July 14, 2021

Humane Hero Rashad Evans on youth activism

July 14, 2021

Beautiful Bella: A kitten’s tale

July 14, 2021

A lifesaving NextStep

June 16, 2021

Giving Stray Animals New Life: On the ground in Houston June 24-25

June 16, 2021

A Cat with a Hat: Calleigh’s Happy Tail


 
January 16, 2018

Remembering “The Forgotten Rabbit”

The Forgotten Rabbit is a book that is doing so much good for rabbits. Here’s a lovely testimonial of how this book helped one little rabbit […]
October 26, 2017

Kids share the love for pets in need

For the third year in a row, Anika Swisher-Shukuya’s third-grade class has participated in RedRover’s On-Call Angel Classroom program. They selected RedRover for their Pops for […]
October 19, 2017

Spreading the message of empathy through Kind News

Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control in Indiana sponsors 500 classroom subscriptions of our kids’ magazine Kind News, and they’re hearing “nothing but positive feedback” from […]
July 5, 2017

How to Prevent the “Summer Slide”

Summer is a much needed break for teachers, students and parents - but sometimes when the inertia of classwork ceases, so can students’ exposure to educational resources. Here are some ideas to minimize the “summer slide.”

July 5, 2017

Summer Reading List for All Ages

Looking for summer reading for every age? Try these from RedRover’s Recommended Books with Humane Themes book list:

Ages 2+:
What’s in a Woof is a fun and colorful book about understanding dogs’ special ways of communicating. This book is perfect for reading to children who are learning word recognition and who would enjoy looking at vibrant pictures of dogs. There is even a coloring book where children can color in pictures of dogs throughout the book!

March 7, 2017

Kindness extends beyond the classroom

Our RedRover Readers program is designed to prevent animal cruelty by fostering empathy in children. One teacher recently described how the program’s impact shows up in her classroom, from improving kids' reading skills to the displays of kindness toward special needs students, pets and even stray dogs.

February 9, 2017

Connection starts with awareness

By RedRover President and CEO, Nicole Forsyth

In our RedRover Readers program, we help children develop awareness of others – both animals and people – through literature.* We believe this is a skill that requires practice and is necessary in order for children to grow up to become kind and compassionate members of their community.

February 1, 2017

Animals are feeling the love in Los Angeles

How does RedRover Readers make an impact? Here's one teacher's inspiring story:

January 19, 2017

Kid-friendly tools for ending animal cruelty

When teachers like Susan Kosko, a Reading Support teacher in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, use the RedRover Readers program, they see amazing things happen.

“My students learn valuable lessons from your books," Susan tells us. "They approach challenging subject matters in an age-appropriate manner. RedRover Readers provides teachers with the tools to address animal cruelty in a kid-friendly manner."