Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Program celebrates 20 years this summer. That is a whole lot of reading done by a whole lot of children. It continues another summer of reading excitement and fun on Tuesday, May 17 with the theme “Triathlon”. If you have a child in first through sixth grades, they may participate and also earn one free book of their choice. “Competing” in the summer reading program is easy and fun.
Although Triathlon is the theme, there is no real competition. The student is encouraged to read at his own pace. The triathlon comes in with the exercises the student will complete in their Summer Reading Journal. There are four from which the student must choose three. There are also three steps to complete to participate:
Step 1. Complete the Summer Reading Triathlon Reading Journal.
Step 2. Take the completed journal to your local Barnes & Noble store. Find a Store.
Step 3. Choose a free book from the list of offered titles.
It is really that simple and your child will receive a free book. I would suggest you have your child complete their Summer Reading Journal as soon as they are able, so they can get the book title they really want. Also, call the store before turning in the journal to be sure they have a copy of the free book title your child prefers.
First and second grades
Detective Camp (A to Z Mysteries Super Edition #1)
DK Readers Level 1: Jungle Animals
Dr. Seuss: The Great Doodler
Jorge el curioso: El puesto de limonada
Mercy Watson to the Rescue (Mercy Watson Series #1)
Pete the Cat: Scuba-Cat
Pinkalicious and Planet Pink
Stowaway! (Puppy Pirates Series #1)
The Thrills and Chills of Amusement Parks
Third and fourth grades
The Bell Bandit (The Lemonade War Series #3)
Escape From Mr. Lemoncello’s Library
I Survived the Shark Attacks of 1916 (I Survived Series #2)
Justice League vs. Bizarro League (LEGO® DC Comics™ Super Heroes Series)
My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish
Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great
Fifth and sixth grades
The Bravest Princess
Lea Dives In
The Night Gardener
President of the Whole Fifth Grade
Story Thieves (Story Thieves Series #1)
All titles of the free books that will be distributed this summer are available while supplies last. The Summer Reading Journal will be accepted through Tuesday, September 6.
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