Friday, July 15, 2011

Win with the Jet Blue Soar with Reading Launch Giveaway

Jet Blue is launching "Soar with Reading" a reading program with partner PBS Kids.

The program aims to keep children reading wherever they go this summer with a combination

of in-flight and online literacy resources,community reading events and partnerships with

"First Book", a nonprofit organization that provides new books to children in need.

At the core of the program is the newly launched Soar with, where parents can download a free reading activity kit, create a summer reading list and log their children's reading minutes, as well as other activities. For every reader who registers on Soar with,

Jet Blue will make a book donation to a child through First Book, up to 10,000 books!!

Jet Blue is also sending crew members out to volunteer at kid friendly events at local libraries all across the country. These global guides will read books to kids, share stories about their job and their exciting travel adventures.

Additionally, the campaign will support public libraries. At, families can vote for their favorite library in the Soar with Reading Sweepstakes. The winning library will receive $10,000 worth of children's books courtesy of Jet Blue and Random House Children's Books. If you enter the winning library, YOU will have a chance to win a trip to Atlantis!

In case your family is not travelling Jet Blue this summer, they have graciously provided me

with an in-flight reading kit to share with one lucky reader this month!

(They also sent one for my little Princess to enjoy..and she loves it!!)

To win, just sign up for Soar with Reading and leave me a comment telling me the

title of your favorite children's book. I will close the contest out on July 22, 2011 at 11:59 pm est.

I will pull the winners name out of the back pack at 9am July 23, 2011 (est)

1 comment:

Janet said...

Thanks, Kate. I registered two of my boys for the program. Looks fun. One my favorite children's books is You are Special...

Love the message in it.

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My homeschool buddies and I are all posting pics of our "home schools" as part of our idea sharing.

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