As a part of Disney and ABC's fourth annual "Magic of Storytelling" campaign to raise awareness about the importance of reading, some of the networks biggest names and our favorite stars are showing their support.
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Viola Davis, ABC’s How to Get Away with Murder"
Critically acclaimed, Emmy-winning actress chose the children’s book "Corduroy" by Don Freeman.
Michael Ealy, ABC’s Secrets and Lies
One of our eye-candy favorites selected a cautionary tale by Mo Willems: "Knuffle Bunny."
Alfonso Ribeiro, ABC’s America’s Funniest Home Videos
The host and Fresh Prince of Bel Air alum chose a tale of creativity, friendship and the fine art of compromise: “Tiger In My Soup” by Kashmira Sheth.
Nia Long, ABC’s Uncle Buck:
The mom of two chose the picture book "Happy" by Grammy award-winner Pharrell Williams.
Isaiah Mustafa, Freeform's Shadowhunters
The acting newcomer chose a childhood classic: "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" by Roald Dahl.
Tisha Campbell, ABC’s Dr. Ken:
We all remember reading "The Cat in the Hat" by Dr. Seuss, and so did this Martin alum!
James Lesure, ABC’s Uncle Buck
Lesure, who once starred opposite Holly Robinson Peete in For your Love, chose a book filled with imaginative poems and drawings: "A Light in the Attic” by Shel Silverstein.
Regina King, ABC’s American Crime:
The Emmy-winning actress chose the award-winning book "The Snowy Day," by Ezra Jack Keats.
Trinitee Stokes, Disney Channel’s K.C. Undercover:
Zendaya and Kadeem Hardison’s adorable co-star elected this inspirational story: "Hellen Keller – A Photographic Story of a Life," by Leslie Garrett.