More exciting news today.
I am the Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Hero. (Perhaps you already deduced that from the title of this post.) That means that they are promoting my books a lot — and I am promoting their great summer reading program.
Basically, you can get a free book of mine from B&N this summer. All you have to do is:
- Be in grades 1-6
- Download a B&N summer reading journal
- Read eight books and record them in your journal
- Tell which part of which book is your favorite
- Bring your journal in to any Barnes & Noble
Click here to download the journal, get a list of 100 great suggested books to read — and find a nice little post from me.
And while I’m at it, the FunJungle series was selected for The Week Junior’s Summer of Reading List. So that’s nice.
Lots of great reading lists out there. Lots of time to read this summer. So why not do some reading and get a free book?
UPDATE: I have received dozens of messages and comments from readers who say that they are older than sixth grade and asking if they still qualify for this book.
The answer is: I don’t know for sure.
If you look at the parameters that Barnes & Noble laid out, it clearly states that this is for kids in grades 1-6. I am not a Barnes & Noble employee, so I have no idea if there is any wiggle room on this. In theory, you should ask your local Barnes & Noble that question and hope for the best.
Sorry, but that’s the best answer I have for you.