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Keep your kids reading this summer. From May 25 - August 24, PBS KIDS and MeeGenius present one free eBook a week!
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Chart your child's progress by downloading the free progress report!
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At the end of the summer, print out a certificate of achievement for your child!

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The PBS KIDS logo is a registered mark of the Public Broadcasting Service. Used with Permission.

A Summer Full of Free Audio e-Books
Enjoy one free book a week May 25 - August 24

Keep your kids reading this summer. From May 25 - August 24, PBS KIDS and MeeGenius present one free eBook a week!

Avoid A Summer Learning Slump: Join the Weekly Book Challenge!

1.
Download
your free book of the week.
2.
Chart
your child's progressby downloading the free progress report!
3.
Check back
each week for a new book!
4.
Print out
a certificate of achievement for your child at the end of the summer!

Enjoyed your Free Book? Try 800+ more for FREE!

With the MeeGenius Reading Club, your little reader gets instant access to our award-winning library of 800+ titles. Try FREE for 30 days today!
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Free Book Calendar

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More Free Books

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Help Your Little Reader This Summer!

Tips for Parents: How to Raise a Lifelong Reader

The early years are critical when developing a love of reading in your child; in fact, experts say that it is never too early to begin reading to your little one.

Check out these 3 simple steps to raising a happy, confident reader:

1.) Make it a routine – read early, and read often!
Reading together every day sets a great example, and ensures that your child associates reading with a loving, positive experience. It’s never too early to bond over a book.

2.) Put on a show.
Make reading interactive! Ask questions about the story and point out illustrations. When reading aloud, use silly voices and express yourself – you’ll both have fun. Don’t be afraid to ham it up.

3.) Find words everywhere.
Point out word and letters on signs, and challenge your child to sound them out. Make up games – can they find a new word every time you go out? Can they spell the names of their favorite toys? Give lots of encouragement, and make it a treat... not a chore!

For more tips, click here.

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