We’re Celebrating Take Your Child to the Library Day!

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Good news, everyone! Take Your Child to the Library Day is coming up in February (the official day is February 1st, but you can celebrate all month long, or whatever day works best for your library!)

I’m the California rep for Take Your Child to the Library Day, and since my library is the digital library at Bookboard.com, we’ve found a fun way to celebrate!

For every library that tells us how they’re celebrating, honoring or spreading the word about Take Your Child to the Library Day, we’re offering a year of Bookboard for the librarians to review (think of it as a digital ARC, only with LOTS of books in it!), and in addition, we’ll give you 5 more additional one year subscriptions (worth around $300!) to raffle off to patrons in your library. All you have to do is email us at kids2library@bookboard.com from your library email address (so that we know that you’re associated with a library), tell us how your library is celebrating and we’ll send you your gift cards. We’d also love to share any events you’re holding and spread the word about the work you’re doing in your communities, so if you have photos, stories, tweets or updates to share, send them along!

bookboardBookboard is an award-winning digital subscription service offering 400+ eBooks for kids up to age 12. Our company was founded by tech-savvy parents who value reading and comprehension skills, yet understand the importance of keeping your child entertained. By helping kids discover new titles and earn fun achievements, Bookboard has developed an exciting strategy proven to motivate and engage young readers.

There are 3 LittleeLit think tankers who are leading the charge for this event for their states or local libraries, and Take Your Child To the Library Day is a growing event that is looking for state reps every year! Spread the word!

Cen Campbell, California
Amy Koester, Missouri
Trista Kunkel, Ohio

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Posted on January 7, 2014, in Literacy. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

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