Summer Reading Programs

Not WPS summer reading…(though when I was looking at the Grades 5-6 list, it didn’t list Savers as one of the “buy a previously read book” options, and they usually have a really decent selection for those grades…) 

Barnes and Noble has a summer reading program where you can read 8 books and then get a free book.  Passport is here.

Borders has a summer reading program where you can read 10 books and then get a free book.  (Here‘s the form;  one of the books you can select is the first book in the revised Baby-sitters Club series, though if they were offering Flat Stanley as illustrated by Tomi Ungerer, I would be there!)

(And, obviously, my tip would be to read 10 books and double-dip.)

6 thoughts on “Summer Reading Programs

  1. t-traveler says:

    does 5 books feel like the right number of books as a goal for all children under 10?
    do the praragraphs make more sense than the 3 art projects with text in the old program?

  2. t-traveler says:

    the summer reading program at libraries is Go green. There is an option to sign up on line. at the website http://libraries.state.ma.us/, there is a link that says Click here to sign up. That brings the browser to http://www.readsinma.org/. That website sends the reader to the local library or back to http://libraries.state.ma.us/

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