Show us how you celebrate reading this season! Upload a picture of you or someone you love enjoying a book, or share a book-themed holiday display – or anything else that shows your love of books this festive season – and you could win a Season’s Readings prize pack. Each week, we’ll choose the photo of one lucky reader who will receive five free books!
Just click the orange "Add a Celebration" button and upload a picture and short description of your Celebration. Please include your email address in your photo description – we won’t publish it but we need it to get in touch if you’re chosen. Winners will be chosen at random, prize packs cannot be shipped outside of the United States. We'll quickly review your submission and post it here. Make sure you check back often to see your posts and learn more about what others are doing to share and celebrate reading!
On November 21 2014, by We Give Books, at Milwaukee, WI
What is your favorite book to give this season?
On November 20 2014, by We Give Books, at Detroit, MI
We made reindeer hand puppets and read about animals that live in cold weather.
On September 9 2014, by Susan Sloan, at Citrus Heights, CA
My daughter loves to read. Any where and any time. Even to her pets!
On November 24 2014, by Tricia McCabe, at Mahtomedi, MN
Our 2nd grade literacy read and then wrote imaginative narratives and shared them with the preschoolers in our building.
On November 21 2014, by We Give Books, at Charleston, WV
After reading The Mitten, make and decorate your own mittens
On October 31 2014, by Melinda Wilson, at Tallahassee, FL.
Our school's first Story Book Parade. Students and teachers came dressed as their favorite storybook character.
On November 21 2014, by We Give Books, at Austin, TX
How do you decorate your school this season?
On November 21 2014, by We Give Books, at New York, NY
Read books about snowmen, then make your own!
On October 3 2014, by We Give Books, at Oakland, CA
Our favorite way to celebrate is to read together!
On March 2 2013, by Trish Ott, at Manhattan, Kansas
I dress up each year as Thing 2 for our annual Dr. Seuss Day Celebration. There was a Thing 1, but she moved away! I read to classes throughout the day. A local Accounting Honor Society takes part in the day by dressing as various Dr. Seuss characters and read to small groups of children. Many teachers at our school join in the celebration by becomming various characters from books