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Thursday, August 16, 2012

We Give Books Summer Program Comes to an End

We Give books
We, at The Things You Can Read, hate to see summer end, but as everyone gets ready for the new school year, we know that fall is just around the corner!   With summer's end, we also see all those wonderful summer reading programs wind down too, so we wanted to make everyone aware of the last of the We Give Books Summer Program selections.  Let us know, here at The Things You Can Read, how many you read.  The complete list can be found at the bottom of this post.  Enjoy those last vestiges of summer, as we all move toward fall.  

Happy reading! 
From: The Things You Can Read!

Excerpt from the We Give Books Website:

Ladybug Girl and the Bug Squad

Book of the Week
Finish the Read for My Summer program with a second installment of Ladybug Girl – and get ready for We Give Books’ next big campaign: Jumpstart’s Read for the Record. This week’s book is Ladybug Girl and the Bug Squad. In this story about playing well with others, Lulu is excited for the Bug Squad to come over for a play date. But when things don’t go just the way Lulu planned, feelings are hurt and apologies are necessary. Sounds like a job for Ladybug Girl, who knows how to be brave and say she’s sorry, even when it isn’t easy. 
Read Ladybug Girl and the Bug Squad this week, and pledge to read it again to help set the World Record on Read for the Record day – October 4!

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