Share the Joy of Reading With Kumon + A Giveaway!

Kumon giveaway books

Many of us may remember curling up with a great book that captured our imaginations growing up that the stories we read, gave us a passion for reading, writing or even just being inspired by the characters themselves. Each of us likely remembers a book that we now as mothers may see our own children read today.

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However, more than 29 million children across North America who live in low-income households have limited access to age-appropriate books at home and attend schools with classrooms and programs that are often under-resourced.

Kumon giveaway books


To promote literacy in young children, Kumon and First Book Canada, a non-profit that provides new books to children in need, have joined forces. This joint literacy campaign will see the distribution of more than 10,000 books to schools and community based programs in Canada.

Kumon reading program

In line with this initiative, Kumon and First Book will host reading celebrations in  at high needs elementary schools across the country. Students will enjoy presentations from local children’s authors and illustrators and have the opportunity to read with Kumon instructors. Each student will also receive a brand new signed copy of the author’s book to take home.

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To get started on this celebration we’re thrilled to host a giveaway filled with books and some other fun things like highlighters, pencils and more. This incredible prize pack is valued at $75 and includes items pictured on the left.

To enter, all you have to do is share the name of one childhood book that had an impact on you below in our comments section!

One random winner will be drawn on April 17th via Contest closes at 12noon EST on April 17th. Only entry per person. Share the Joy of Reading  With Kumon + A Giveaway!

**This contest is open to Canadian residents only.


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  1. Sabrina

    One book I remember reading when I was a young child was Jillian Jigs by Robert Munch. It made an impact on my childhood because it taught me to always use my imagination. I love reading this book to my students till this day.

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