Kids can Earn Free Books from Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program
If there’s anything that’ll encourage my kids to read, it’s the opportunity to earn things for free. The Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program is back and we are so excited!
Whether you have reluctant readers or your kids can’t wait to get their hands on a new book, summer programs are great to have available for a number of reasons. They can help with the “summer slump” and aid in retaining (or enhancing) skills gained in the previous school year and they’re especially awesome for kids who love a challenge and “will work” for incentives. Whether incentives be free pizza, free books, or even a special family outing, I am ALL FOR programs that encourage kids to read!
Getting your kids involved with the Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program is super easy! First, though, if your kids are going to be participating in any sort of summer reading program (or, really, reading AT ALL), they’re going to need some books, right? Whether you’re on a budget or not, getting a deal is always nice, so be sure to check out these awesome ways to get free (or cheap) books for kids!
Here are the details you’re looking for:
- The Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program is open to kids in first through sixth grade in the USA
- Kids can earn one FREE book after reading and recording ANY 8 books in the provided printable Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Journal
- To get the free book, just bring in the completed summer reading journal to your local Barnes and Noble store between July 1 and August 31, 2021.
- Kids will be able to choose any free book they’d like from a grade-leveled list.
- 9 books to choose from within the first and second grade level
- 12 books to choose from within the third and fourth grade level
- 14 books to choose from within the fifth and sixth grade level
Will you be signing your kids up? My kids will be participating and are super excited to earn their free book through the Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program!
One last thing before you go! Keep in mind that your kids aren’t limited to reading “only” hard copies of books for the summer reading programs. If you’re a member of any digital book programs, reading those books can also count towards summer reading incentives. Sweet!
Until next time, stay safe and enjoy quality time with your family,