It’s that time of year again when Barnes & Noble kicks off their summer reading program. This is a great opportunity for kids to keep reading over the summer break and earn rewards along the way. Here are all the details on how to participate.
Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Program
The Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Program is back for another year and it’s better than ever. This program is designed to encourage kids to read over the summer break by offering them the chance to earn rewards. Here’s everything you need to know about the program.
How Does It Work?
The program is pretty simple. For every 8 books that your child reads, they will earn a free book from Barnes & Noble. They can choose from any of the titles on the summer reading list, which can be found on the Barnes & Noble website.
How Does My Child Participate?
In order to participate, you’ll need to sign up for a Barnes & Noble account and then register your child for the program. Once you’ve done that, you can start tracking their reading progress online.
What Are the Rewards?
As we mentioned, for every 8 books your child reads, they will earn a free book from Barnes & Noble. In addition to that, they will also be entered into a weekly drawing for a chance to win a $25 Barnes & Noble gift card.
When Does the Program End?
The program runs from June 1st through August 31st.
How Can I Learn More?
For more information on the Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Program, you can visit their website or ask a Barnes & Noble bookseller for details.
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Encourage your child to keep reading all summer long with the Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Program. With great rewards like free books and the chance to win a gift card, they’ll be motivated to keep turning those pages.