We all know that reading to children builds vocabulary, comprehension skills and improves the child’s communication skills. Many studies show a strong correlation between reading and improved cognitive functioning among seniors. The challenge, of course, is when both parents work. Between school runs, work, grocery shopping, and attending to household chores, we miss out on reading to and with our children and our parents. As a solution, we have designated the entertainment room (having a wall of books, newspaper, and reading materials) where children, adults, and seniors have a common space to share their love of reading as well as share their life experiences and knowledge.