Monday, April 23, 2007

Make this Summer a Literary One!

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Fostering a love of reading and its rewards, the Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Program is popular with both students in the first through sixth grades and educators throughout America.

Last summer, we provided 190,000 free books and participants read 2.3 million books! This year, children can join Jack and Annie from Mary Pope Osbourne’s Magic Tree House on their summer adventure as part of their own journey in our Summer Reading program.

Participation is fun and easy for kids to earn free books! They simply read any eight books — library books, books borrowed from friends or books bought at Barnes & Noble — write about their favorite part, and bring a completed Summer Reading in the Magic Tree House Journal tear page to a Barnes & Noble bookstore. Children can then choose from a list of paperback books. We’re confident there will be plenty of titles they will like.

No matter where your child spends their summer vacation, reading has the ability to take them far, far away — and it can even earn them a free book!

Information kits are available at your local Barnes & Noble store, or simply print out the documents below.
(Note: Documents may take longer to download if you are accessing from a dial-up connection.)

1 comment:

  1. My daughter just loves this program. Hats off to barnes and Noble!

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