I hated summer reading programs, mainly because the "programs" consisted of mandatory summer book reports for school. Blech. But if you have a child who genuinely enjoys reading, here are a few programs to take advantage of this summer.
Barnes and Noble: Kids, 12 and younger, read any 8 books and track then on the Passport to Reading form. Once completed turn in your Passport in at your local Barnes and Noble before 9/7/10 and get a free book. There are choices in both English and Spanish. (Limit 1 form per child)
Borders: With Borders' program children 12 and younger get a free book when they read 10 books. All they need to do is track the titles they have read in the Double Dog Dare form. Bring your completed form by your local Borders before 8/26/10 to claim your free book. (1 coupon per customer)
Thanks, Common Sense With Money!