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Free kids books when you eat Kellogg’s products

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Published:   |   Updated: July 31, 2014 at 10:16 AM

Eating cereal makes kids smarter, at least when it comes to eating Kellogg’s cereal.

Through March 31, 2015 parents can enter codes found on specially marked Kellogg’s products (including Eggo waffles, Pop-Tarts, Nutrigrain bars, Pringles chips, Frosted Flakes, Apple Jacks and more) and accumulate points for free childrens’ books.

Books are available for all reading levels, including as young as toddlers on up to age 9 and older.

Titles include ‘Stone Soup,’ ‘Rainbow Magic: The Fairy Treasure Hunt,’ ‘Clifford The Big Red Dog,’ ‘Zoobreak,’ ‘Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Talking Toilets’ and more.

Some Spanish titles are also available.

Books can be redeemed for as little as three codes.

There is a limit of 60 free book codes (the equivalent of 20 Scholastic books) per person for the duration of the program.

Packages must include the free book logo on the outside of the package in order to contain a code to redeem.

For more information or to see complete list of available titles, visit http://freebookoffer.com

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