Tuesday, May 31, 2011

HEBuddy Summer Reading Program - One of my FAVES

I have already told you about the Summer Reading Program for Half Price Books on this post.(That one used to be my favorite before the changes to it this year)

My second favorite has always been the H-E-Buddy reading program.  (the reason I have always preferred these two is because my kids were too young for the book store programs that require them to be in 1st grade and up.  These two programs have always allowed the parents reading to their kids to count and we have been reading to our kids every night since they were babies.)

The H-E-Buddy summer reading program is really easy.  You can pick up a form near the Buddy Bucks machine in store or print one from here.  Your child has until October 1st to read 10 books and submit their form.  In turn, they will receive a t-shirt, a pencil, a certificate and 20 points(to be used on prizes in catalog in store near buddy bucks machine).  You can fill out one form for each child in your family :)

Since FreckleTown has done such a fabulous job on the other reading programs, I won't bother reinventing the wheel, but will guide you instead to that post :)

Readers, if we have missed any, please let us know!

*While not related to the Reading Program, you might want to sign your kiddo up for the HEB birthday club too (in year's past, they have sent coupons for free HEB brand products)
Or sign your 4 legged kids to the max birthday club.

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Pheobie said...

Thank you for posting about this!

Anonymous said...

Is it that time of year again? LOL-my daughter has a collection of these shirts. Since she's too old to do it now, I have started it with my neice&nephew from Montana. We get them for the summer, and the last two summers they have been super excited to earn their shirts (and receive them)**parents of multiple children be aware! not all sizes are sent out at the same time** last year my neice got hers in a month, while it took almost 4 for my nephews to come in.

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