Summer Reading 2013: Barnes and Noble

And so it begins…

We enjoy our park playdates and mini-road trips and vacations and bike rides and Vacation Bible School during the summer months, but we’re also super chill and bookworm-ish (read: nerdy), so we enjoy all the different summer reading programs. If you do a search on our blog, I’m certain, more than a handful of posts will pop up. 😉

The first of the season to be checked off is the Barnes and Noble summer reading program. We went to B&N after going to the Half Price Book summer reading program kickoff storytime, since they are in the same area.

3 Simple Steps:
Step 1. Read 8 books and record them in the reading journal.
Step 2. Bring the completed Reading Journal to your local B&N store.
Step 3. Choose a FREE BOOK from their list.

Emily got My Little Pony: Meet the Ponies of Ponyville, which was super hard to find because there was only one there and someone had turned it around on the shelf so you couldn’t see the name on the book on the spine. Melody got Nancy Clancy Super Sleuth.

Are you or your kids participating in any summer reading programs this summer?

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6 thoughts on “Summer Reading 2013: Barnes and Noble

  1. yes, we are!! Also doing the B&N (did last year too), the SJ public library and maybe one of the consignment store one (just got the email). We love books too, so we’ve been looking forward to this all year!

  2. Yes, K finished her B&N already, but haven’t picked up her free book yet. Still working on E’s. Also working on HPB and CCC library ones. Plan to start the SL library one after we get the booklets. =)

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