Summer Reading Programs in and around Louisville

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Keep your kids reading all summer long with these fun reading programs:

Barnes and Noble
This reading program is geared toward first through sixth graders. Your child reads 8 books and downloads a journal to write about the books. Then the child will be able to pick out a book from a list for free.

Borders/Waldenbooks
For kids 12 and under take Borders Double Dog Dare Challenge. Read 10 books and fill out the linked form above to get a free book. This program is from 6/1/11 to 9/5/11

Half Price Books –FEED YOUR BRAIN® Summer Reading Program June 1 – July 31, 2011. Kids 14 years of age and under can earn Back-to-School Bucks by reading at least 600 minutes this summer. Kids are encouraged to keep on reading past the first 600 minutes to compete for a Top Reader Prize.

Chuck E Cheese
Print out the reading chart, fill it out, bring it to Chuck E Cheese to get 10 free tokens. (There are several other rewards charts here too to earn free tokens.)

Louisville Library
You can start Myth, Magic, and Imagination summer reading program June 1 by visiting your local library to pick up a summer reading folder. You have until Aug. 6 to complete to win prizes such as a backpack, journal and passes to local attractions. This is for ages birth to 5th grade. Be sure and check out the summer reading kickoff on June 11 at the main library.

Sylvan Summer Reading 

Book It! From Pizza Hut

Old Spaghetti Factory reading rewards, check if your local restaurant participates.

Scholastic Summer reading programs

Pottery Barn Kids Reading Program

Do you know of other summer reading programs? Let us know so we can keep our list updated. Thanks!


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2 comments

  • Amy G.

    Thanks for the list! We do the library but will have to check the others. Also as of June 1st on if you have a will be kindergartener you can get a free t-shirt at the library.

  • Kate D.

    Oldham County Public Library has a nice SRP for kids, teens, and adults

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