Summer Reading 2019: 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. SIGN UP HERE! 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. (This is last year’s picks…we haven’t gone to pick up our prizes yet for this year.)

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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