Sunday Spotlight : Read and Win!

It’s the very last week to enter our summer reading challenge!  We have read over 7000 books with our kids this summer. Wow!  Even if you haven’t entered yet you have until midnight tonight to read 10 books and fill out this form .  Need more info? Want to know what the prizes are? Have fun reading and remember even on your busiest day make time for a snuggle and a book !

The weekly eBook prize and the grand prize an Amazon.com gift card will be drawn Monday.

Summer Reading Challenge – Enter Tonight!

Join in on the  Summer Reading Challenge even  if you haven’t participated yet you can still get in on the action! It’s so simple and all about spending time reading with your kids.  Read 10 books or more with your children each week, fill out this form ( one per child), and you are automatically entered to win not just the weekly Alphabet Crafts eBook but also the Amazon.com gift card giveaway at the end of the summer.  How simple is that?  If your child is infatuated with one book and that’s all you read, not a problem if you read it 10 or more times , it counts! Our goal is to make reading with your child a part of your daily routine ( hopefully the best part!) , not see who can read the most variety of books.

For this weeks drawing for the Alphabet Crafts eBook you need to get your entry in by 12 AM PDT ( midnight tonight) Monday June 26th . Good Luck!

Read Read Read ( and win)

Our Summer Reading Challenge is well underway but that doesn’t mean that if you haven’t participated yet you still can’t get in on the action! It’s so simple and all about spending time reading with your kids.  Read 10 books or more with your children each week, fill out this form ( one per child), and you are automatically entered to win not just the weekly Alphabet Crafts eBook but also the Amazon.com gift card giveaway at the end of the summer.  How simple is that? Oh and if your child is like mine and likes reading the same book over and over that’s not a problem, just list it more than once in the form. The goal is time reading not how many different books you read ( although that is great too!).