Minnesota Kids Can Get Free Books With Summer Reading Program
I love searching for a good book at Barnes And Noble. It's one of my favorite places to go to escape the craziness of the world. This summer, students can sign up to be part of the Barnes And Noble summer reading program and earn free books!
Here's how it works! Students need to print off and fill out a summer reading journal from Barnes And Noble's website. Then, students must record the book title, author and their favorite part of each book. Once they do this for eight books, a parents must sign it and turn it into Barnes And Noble to get a free book off of the free book list!
Students in first-grade through sixth-grade have between May 15 and September 3 to read eight books, turn in their log and get their free book. Summer is right around the corner, kids--happy reading!