Feeding Reading 2021

It’s once again summer and that means free books from Kellogg’s Feeding Reading program. Buy any of the participating Kelloggs products and submit a photo of your entire receipt, and you will receive a credit for a book from their selection, which this year includes some classics and some recent releases.

Some of this year’s free books

You can get up to six free books either to ship to your house or donate to a library of your choice. In our house we live on Pop-Tarts and Eggo waffles, so I have already gotten all six of our books, some for my kids, some for my nieces…and one for me.

The program goes until the end of September, but make sure you submit your receipts within two weeks of purchase to get your credits. Happy reading!

5 thoughts on “Feeding Reading 2021

  1. For Tyeth July 8, 2021 / 5:46 pm

    Hi Mei-Mei, thank heavens they stopped at “Big Shark, Little Shark” and didn’t include “Baby Shark” in the story or we’d all be singing, “Baby Shark..du du dududa doo do” 🤣 Seriously though I love these offers of free books – when I was a youngling the Weetabix brand of cereals in the UK had a token exchange offer and I got some “Choose Your Own Adventure” books. They were great for multiple re-reads and I kept them for years.

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    • Mei-Mei July 14, 2021 / 12:09 pm

      Haha I have 2 young kids so I have Baby Shark in my head all the time anyway!
      Thanks for sharing your free book memories 🙂

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      • For Tyeth July 14, 2021 / 9:16 pm

        You have my sympathies (regards Baby Shark that is). Those Choose Your Own Adventure books were quite the craze back then.

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