Barnes and noble summer book club
Summer Reading Program | B&N INCThe Barnes and Noble summer reading program for kids gives kids a free book when they read 8 books over the summer. Looking for more summer reading programs that will score your kids some freebies? Visit the Barnes and Noble summer reading program to select the age range that your child fits into. After you've chosen an age range, you'll find a link to where you can download and print a reading journal. The journals are available in English and Spanish. Fill out the student information on the bottom of the first page of the journal. A parent must sign on this page in order for the child to get a free book.
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The club will be free, and open to all members of the public. Readers attending the club will also receive a free coffee and cookie. A signed edition of the novel will be given away at each store. The next event will be held this summer, although the exact date and book are still to be determined. Subscribers: to set up your digital access click here. To subscribe, click here. Simply close and relaunch your preferred browser to log-in.
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June is a time for the final countdown to freedom from the classroom. And then, the summer reading assignments begin. Of course, for a book lover, there are worse things than the suggestion to stay out of the intense heat and instead take in a good book or take one poolside. In fact, summer reading can be a critical way to fight back against summer slide—or, the tendency for students to forget some of what they learned over the year. These five national level summer reading challenges can help to inspire and reward kids for making time to read while on break. Since this internet behemoth is increasingly the source of the vast majority of book purchases, it just makes sense that it would provide a summer reading program. The rules make it open to just about anyone, of any age: Read eight books over the summer, and deliver your list of completed titles to an Amazon store by September