There’s nothing better than sitting down with a good book, and we’re all about passing our love of reading on to our kids. We have partnered with the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation to talk all about the amazing initiatives the foundation does (including providing grants to high need schools so they can stock their libraries). We will be joined by Ariel Siller, Executive Director of the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation, and Kate Winn, one of our favourite moms-teachers-bloggers from This Mom Loves.
When: Wednesday, May 31
Time: 8:00 – 8:30 PM ET
Plus, we want to stock your bookshelves for summer so we will be giving away $200 in prizes.
So get your questions ready and join us on Wednesday, May 31!
Read the full rules and regulations here.
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