Where do you get all these books you are supposed to read?
Of course, you can buy them at the book store or at Amazon, but that can get expensive.
You can check them out at the library.
You can buy them at thrift stores and yard sales.
You can trade books with your friends.
You can receive children's books by saving codes from Kellogg's and Keebler products.
I have did all of the above.
I have received the following books by saving the codes
and submitting them online at Kellogg's Family Rewards.
So don't throw those boxes away before entering the codes.
The books are identified by the small Family Rewards logo on boxes.
You do not have to buy the products that say free books, because in the
regular rewards program, books are also on the list of items you can get.
I suggest you give it a try. What have you got to lose? And, you can gain a book - or two!
Do you read what you write? Where do you get your reading material?
Posted byJanet Smart on Creative Writing in the Blackberry Patch.