Free Books from Kellogg’s Feeding Reading

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, Pringles, and Pop-Tarts.  You can get up to 10 free books, from all reading levels from picture and board books to YA titles.

Here’s my first set of free books, all for my toddler:

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We’ve been reading these three at bedtime for the past week, so I think they were a hit.

With the amount of Pop-Tarts and waffles we go through in my house, I’m sure we’ll get the other seven soon.  I like to get some of the YA titles for myself; some of the choices this year include these:

FR YA books

Go check it out and get your free books!

4 thoughts on “Free Books from Kellogg’s Feeding Reading

  1. Michael J. Miller July 19, 2020 / 4:44 pm

    Oh my gosh, I loved ‘Corduroy’ as a kid!!! I haven’t thought about that book in ages! Awww, hello warm, fuzzy memories :D.

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    • Mei-Mei July 19, 2020 / 11:15 pm

      I have now read Corduroy every night for approximately a month, with no end in sight. 🤣Good thing I enjoy it also!

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  2. Denise Markley August 24, 2020 / 3:35 pm

    Don’t fall for this. They won’t give you ANY free books if you have used WalMart grocery pick up. And with Corona all around that is how we shop. What a scam they won’t give me the free books as promised.

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    • Mei-Mei August 27, 2020 / 1:24 pm

      Oh that sucks. I had trouble myself with a pickup order from Meijer, but I resubmitted in a different format and they took it. I believe there are specific things they look for on the receipt (check the website, or maybe you can contact them directly–I have no association whatsoever with Kelloggs, I just like free books). My family has also been using only pickup right now, it’s a smart decision to help your family stay healthy.

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