Open a book, after you open your favorite box of cereal or crackers — thanks to Kellogg’s. The cereal company is giving away FREE books to families and libraries across the country.
Kellogg’s Feeding Reading program is all about fueling the minds and bodies for success in the classroom. Choose from 140 full length Penguin Random House titles for beginning readers to teens. You can keep the books, up to 10 per participant, to build your home library, or you can donate them to a local library of your choice.
Here’s how it works:
Purchase any participating Kellogg’s product through Sept. 30. There is a total of 176 participating products, including a wide variety and brands of cereal, crackers and snacks. For a complete list, click here.
Take a picture of your receipt with the qualifying purchases. Visit feedingreading.com and log in to your Kellogg’s Family Rewards account to upload your receipt(s). Each receipt must be uploaded separately and within 30 days of purchase, no later than Oct. 30.
Receive credits to redeem for books of your choice to keep or donate, once your receipt has been approved. Even better, there are no shipping or handling fees involved. The books are shipped within 8 weeks of the order date.
Credits must be redeemed by Nov. 15. Limit 10 books per participant.
For complete terms and conditions of the offer, click here.
Thank you to our Living on the Cheap sister sites for sharing this offer.