ABC News Personalities Participate in 'Disney Reads Day'

Ron Claiborne and Sara Haines take a moment to read stories to young children.
2:32 | 02/07/16

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The caloric monster and I heard Ron and Sara had an amazing experience yesterday. That is right. Sara and I, we're an irrepressible force. We got spend time doing something we both love to do. Sitting down with kids, in air is a's case, on the floor, with a good book. Everyone ready? Reporter: This weekend, Sara, if I can speak for her, and I had a great time Reading to children from the local boys and girls club of America. Celebrating the first ever Disney reads day. Not if I can help it, calls captain hook. I tackled Jake and the neverland pirates. We have to get it back, says Jake. The monkey gives cubby back his harmonica. Do you want to join my pirate crew. Just say the pirate pass word Yo ho ho. Join me, Yo ho ho. While I opted for the chair. Do you want to take your chair with you, Ron. Reporter: Sara took to the floor for stories from frozen. You're in luck. I have a new stock of balloons. What else is a good birthday present. Cake. Oh. Ooh, olaf said, hen he saw the lit candles. Tiny fire. We believe all children deserve an equal opportunity to thrive in school and succeed in life. Reporter: And now, along with Disney, celebrating one very special milestone. ? Disney just donated its 50 millionth book. Reporter: Providing new books to children in need for over 15 years. Honoring the magic of story telling. Ana and Elsa spent the rest of the day baking a cake to go with their new festive candles. When never land pirates want something, they ask for it nicely. Even though Disney reads day is over. Go online to first and vote for any state, the state that gets the most votes received 100,000 books. 100,000 books. Jour such a good treerd kids. Next time I'm having trouble falling asleep, I'll call you. Ron has a beautiful voice. I found myself captivated. Sflit was my imitation. I was squatting. It's okay, you're like, nine months pregnant.

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