On June 27, four of the top five Kickstarters in history stepped up to help support Reading Rainbow. Pebble, Pono, Veronica Mars: The Movie, and OUYA all decided to offer up limited edition rewards for the project. The folks behind the Pebble Smartwatch will adopt a classroom at the $140 level, and get a laser-etched signature on the Pebbles that will now have an 8-Bit LeVar Burton face on them! OUYA is going to offering up something special for $250 backers. You get a specially-colored blue and white system with LeVar’s signature on the front, and anyone who spends $5,000 will get an OUYA donated in the adopt a school tier. These signature items won’t be laser-signed, they’ll be hand-signed by LeVar and limited to 500 as a result. If you just want to donate an OUYA to a classroom of your choice, you can do so for only $150. If the project reaches $5 million dollars, which it’s within $750,000 of doing, the Reading Rainbow app will be released on the OUYA. This is an awesome thing for all of these companies to do, and a great way for them to pay forward the success they achieved with Kickstarter to provide some good for people over the long haul.