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Summer Reading Programs are a great way to encourage your child to read over the summer because they offer great incentives! These incentives often include things like FREE books, money, gift cards and more!

Check out these Summer Reading Programs
and get your kids signed up today!

 

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When your child completes the TD Bank Summer reading program, they’ll get $10 free! Kids will need to read 10 books and have a new or existing TD Simple Savings account at a TD Bank to get this deal.
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Scholastic has a summer reading challenge where kids read and then go online to record the minutes they’ve read this summer. They’ll also be able to take weekly challenges to earn rewards. See More Here

 

 

 

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The Pottery Barn Kids Summer Book Club has kids come into at least 5 of their special themed story times this summer. Kids who attend at least 5 of the story times get a free $10 off coupon for a purchase at the Pottery Barn Kids store.
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Locations in Vineland and Mays Landing as well as PA, kids can get a free James Patterson Middle School lunch bag this summer with Books-A-Million. The kids must read 3 of the 75+ qualified books, fill out a journal form to show which ones they read, and return it to any Books-A-Million store. 
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Sylvan’s reading program called Book Adventure encourages children to read books and then take online quizzes over the books to earn points. These points can then be redeemed for prizes like books, magazine subscriptions, tattoos, candy, CD’s, and games.
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Chuck E. Cheese has a summer reading program where kids can earn free 10 Chuck E. Cheese tokens for reading each day for 2 weeks. This summer reading program goes on all year.
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Summer-Reading-program-barnes-and-nobleEarn a FREE book this Summer from Barnes and Nobles! 
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children_booksMany Local Libraries offer Summer reading programs as well. Check your local library’s website to find out more!