Free Summer Reading Programs/Items 📚
Barnes & Noble: Read any eight books and record them on the Summer Reading Journal to get a free book. Grades 1-6.
Barefoot Books : Join and get a slew of freebies upon joining like a certificate, reading log and official club activities.
Books-A-Million: Read 4 books from the reading challenge section in-store or online to get a pencil case with pencils
Chuck E. Cheese: You can earn 10 free tokens for bringing in a reading calendar (among other reward calendars like a chores calendar)
Cap Com Federal Credit Union: Kids in K through 12 can earn up to $30 ($2 per book) for reading!
Half Price Books: Read up to 300 or more minutes to claim Bookworm Bucks you can spend at their store
H‑E‑B : Read 10 books with an adult initial by each title and your kid will get a free t-shirt.
LifeWay From 6/1 through 8/31 grades 1-6 can read 6 boxes to get a free book and a free bible!
Meatheads Burgers: Kids who read 5 books get a free lil’ Meatheads burger.
Pizza Hut: Kids K-6 can read their way to a personal one-topping pan pizza
Pottery Barn Kids: Every Tuesday at 11AM kids can enjoy a free story time event at your local store that include readings, activities and more. And you can get a special surprise (book/coupon or other) if you attend 5 events.
Scholastic: Read and log minutes reading to earn virtual rewards or earn prizes. You can also compete against other schools for reading pride
Showcase Cinemas: Bookworm Wednesdays that gives kids a free admission to a select children’s film when they present a book report at a participating Cinema de Lux, Showcase, or Multiplex Cinemas box office. Accompanying parents or guardians and children under six years of age receive free admission and do not need to submit a book report.
Sylvan Learning Book Adventure: Kids from K through 8 can make book lists to earn rewards for candy, CD’s, playbooks and more
TD Bank: Read 10 books and get $10 for a new or existing account
This includes a pencil case with penciles from Books-A-Million
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I’m glad this was posted again, no matter who repeated it, as I missed it the first time around. My neighbor with 8 grandkids says thanks!