Feeding Reading — Free Books!


Kellogg’s is running their Feeding Reading program again this summer that allows you to get free books when you purchase certain products like cereals, Cheez-Its, Eggo waffles, and Pop-Tarts.  You can get up to 10 free books, from all reading levels from picture and board books to YA titles.


My family lives on Pop-Tarts, so I’ll definitely be able to get all ten books without even buying anything I wouldn’t already buy at the store.  I got my first set last week, two for me and two for my kid.  I am always impressed by the selection of books available, with both current and classic titles.  Steelheart and Illuminae are two (thick) YA titles that I’ve heard rave reviews about.  Llama Llama Red Pajama (also available in Spanish) is even a hardcover.

So what do you guys think of my haul?  Feeding Reading is going on until the end of September, so I hope you can check this out and get some free books yourself!

3 thoughts on “Feeding Reading — Free Books!

  1. For Tyeth August 29, 2019 / 6:14 pm

    Hi Mei-Mei, there’s nothing nicer than a good read for free! And these ones have health benefits (if you disregard the Pop Tarts!). Back in the 80’s Nabisco, the company that owned the Weetabix brand had an offer but that was to get a set of “Choose Your Own Adventure” books. The books were still a good hour of three of fun though!


  2. NovEllaandBanannabelle September 1, 2019 / 1:19 pm

    Sounds like a great program!
    I’ve been wanting to try a Brandon Sanderson book outside of the “Wheel of Time” series; let us know how you like it.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Mei-Mei September 2, 2019 / 9:53 pm

      I haven’t read any Sanderson yet so I’m excited to start with this one!

      Liked by 1 person

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