Summer Reading 2018: Barnes and Noble

[Note: This is a repost of an old post with slight updates.]

And so it begins…

We enjoy our park playdates and mini-road trips and vacations and bike rides and Vacation Bible School during the summer months, but we’re also super chill and bookworm-ish (read: nerdy), so we enjoy all the different summer reading programs. If you do a search on our old blog, I’m certain, more than a handful of posts will pop up. 😉

The first of the season to be checked off is the Barnes and Noble summer reading program. Read about other national and local-to-us reading programs HERE.

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3 Simple Steps

Step 1 :: Read 8 books and record them in the reading journal.

We have lots of recommendations! Just ask! 🙂

 

Step 2 :: Bring the completed Reading Journal to your local B&N store.

Bring a friend along so she can get her book prize too!

 

Step 3 :: Choose a FREE BOOK from their list.

Melody chose *Book Scavenger. Emily chose *Judy Moody and the Bucket List.

 

And…while you’re there, find this book and get it. If you have it already, get it for a friend.

Are you or your kids participating in any summer reading programs this summer?

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