California raisins star in TV spot for libraries and literacy

November 1990
Emergency Librarian;Nov/Dec90, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p75
Presents the television public service advertisement starring the California Raisins, rapping for reading on behalf of the American Library Association (ALA). Producer of the spot; How the spot marks the second year of cooperation between the California Raisin Advisory Board and ALA.


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