Oxford, OH (PRWEB) October 31, 2007
Today Dr. Mullen launches his Fight for Literacy Campaign nationwide with Ohio's largest tax deductible book giveaway in history. He begins with free tours to educate elementary, middle, and high school students and personnel on the importance of reading.
His tour will feature his first published work, "The Day I Hit a Home Run at Great American Ball Park," a baseball book targeted toward elementary to high school students. On each site, Dr. Mullen will provide specified reading techniques along with tailored programs at each educational level.
"Where my reading campaign differs," says Dr. Mullen, "is I talked to students who hate to read and asked them to help me write a book that they would enjoy reading."
For every 50,000 of "The Day I Hit a Home Run at Great American Ball Park" books sold, Dr. Mullen will donate an additional 50,000 to inner city schools.
"We don't stop at just handing out free books. We teach students the importance of becoming master readers in special assemblies throughout the city, suburbs, and rural areas," states Dr. Mullen.
The Day I Hit a Home Run Enterprise recently partnered with Crayons2Computers for 501(c)(3) tax exemption status. There are 30,000 books slated for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and 20,000 for Cincinnati Public Schools. Over 100,000 books are in demand for the initial book drive.
For further information on the literacy fund, contact Erin Mullen at 615-400-0284. Donation and purchasing options are available at http://www.thedayihitahomerun.com. Contact Erin Mullen, his press agent, to schedule speaking engagements.