Summer break is in full swing! Today I’m linking up with Women Helping Women over at Teaching What is Good and I thought I’d help all you mamas (and daddies) out by giving you a list of FREE summer reading programs that I am aware of. For the most part, my 3 children don’t need a whole lot of motivation to read, but it never hurts. To help us with reading ideas, we are going through the Indie Bestsellers List posted on the Austin Public Library’s website.
*At the time of this posting, all reading programs are free. The information posted here is information that has been provided at this point and it is subject to change. Those changes may not be updated on this post. Please review the details provided by the companies themselves to verify that the information is still true and valid.*
So here’s my list of reading programs that are free. If you know of any others, please let me know in the comments so that others can check them out.
Read & log your minutes: Read as many books as you can and log your minutes in your dashboard.
Take weekly challenges:Reach weekly minute milestones and answer challenge questions to earn virtual rewards.
Enter Sweeps:Enter for a chance to win awesome books every time you reach a weekly reading milestone.
Challenge: Read 10 books
Prize: An H-E-Buddy Rockin’ Summer Reading Club T-shirt
*This will cost you a stamp since you have to mail in the form.
Challenge: Read 8 books
Prize: a free book
Challenge: Read 5 books
Prize: a chance to win the grand prize
Challenge: Read 15 minutes each day for a month
Prize: $5 HPB Bookworm Bucks and a chance to win a $20 HPB Gift Card
Challenge: Read andy 8 titles from the recommended list by July 31
Prize: a free book while supplies last
Your Local Library
I’ve never lived in a town or city where the local library didn’t have a summer reading program for kids. Here in Austin, there’s even an Adult Summer Reading Program! How cool is that? And their theme? Destination Outer Space. Super cool for a SciFi gal like me!
So there is the list of summer reading programs that you can sign your kids (or yourself!) up for. Again, if you know of more, please let me know in the comments so that others can participate as well.
Have a fantastic time reading with your kiddos this summer!