You, my wonderful readers, go to the library with your kids. I know this. Now I’m wondering about your home libraries; so is Target. And Target wants to give one of you a . . . NOOK . . . and to tell you about the Target School Library Makeovers and Literacy Pilot program.
Nice, right? 🙂
School libraries need our help – badly. (Did you see this post about DC Schools cutting almost 50 librarians?!!)
Target is helping; renovating 32 school libraries with more books, new furniture, carpet, and shelves, and a full technology upgrade. In addition, each child in the school will receive seven new books for their home library.
In fact, why don’t we talk home libraries for a minute? What’s your home library situation?
As for me, I’m a scatter-the-children’s-books-around-the-house kind of gal. Here’s how I organize our books.
Living Room: Built-In Book Shelves
Basement: Free Standing Book Shelves
Bedroom: Wall Shelf
Bedroom: Plastic Tub
Bedroom: Shoe Shelf
Anyplace: Wooden Crates
How do you organize your kids’ books?
Do you have them in one central place or a little here and there?
Comment with your home library system and you’ll be entered to win the prize package from Target worth $500 including
– a Nook
– 10 age-appropriate books
– 1 bookshelf
– 1 blanket
– 1 $50 Target Gift Card
– 1 “Fatboy” chair
leave your answer to the question (How do you organize your kids’ books? Do you have them in one central place or a little here and there?) by midnight EST Sunday, May 20, 2012.
By entering this sweepstakes, you agree to Imagination Soup’s official sweepstakes rules. No purchase necessary. Open to individuals in U.S. only, 18 years of age or older, void where prohibited. Winner chosen at random. Target sent me a $50 gift card to thank me for my participating in this giveaway.
P.S. Check out Target’s Before and After Library Makeover photos —
See a listing of all the schools getting library makeovers.
Connect with Target: Like Target on Facebook, follow Target’s Twitter account, or read Target’s online magazine, A Bullsey View.
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