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Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program

on June 23, 2013

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My daughter reads. A LOT. So this summer I signed her up for 7 reading programs. One of them is the Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program. If you have a Barnes and Noble in your town you should look into this program. Your child has to read 8 books and you list the title of the books plus a reason why your child would recommend the books.Ā  It’s just that simple! Once you’ve read 8 books and filled it out, you take it in to a B & N store to get a free book. Yes, a FREE book! We love free books. šŸ™‚ They have book choices for grades 1 and 2, 3 and 4, and 5 and 6.

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While I am not crazy about the American Girl dolls due to being made in China with PVC, a harmful plastic, I do like their books. They bring different time periods to life for children. Last year they had an American Girl book on the list too which was great. This year they have a different American Girl book: Traitor in the Shipyard: A Caroline Mystery (American Girl Mysteries). This one is a an American Girl mystery chapter book. I’m partial to mysteries myself so I was excited to see it on the list. I also like seeing the thicker books because I feel like she gets more substance.

If you’re looking for other summer reading programs, check out my posts on the Scholastic free Summer Reading Program, the Sylvan Book Adventure free Summer Reading Program, and the Summer Reading Bingo free printable! šŸ™‚

What summer reading programs do your kids enjoy?

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