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Random House Summer Reading Community

This summer, Mamanista is very excited to be teaming up with Blog Frog and Random House to become a part of the Random House Summer Reading Community! We strongly believe in the importance of reading in the lives of young children; literacy is the keystone to academic success and confidence.

The Summer Reading Community’s objective is to act as an online space where devoted moms can connect with each other and share resources to help keep our kids engaged with reading over the summer. There are new discussions posted everyday by leading mommy bloggers, which you can comment on to become a part of the dialogue.

On Thursday June 30th from 9 to 10 pm EST, the community will host a live chat launch party! All of the community leaders (including Mamanista!) will be chatting with readers, asking related questions, and giving away gift certificates. We hope that all of you will get involved and keep your kids reading while school’s out.

Be sure to follow the Random House Kids on Facebook and Twitter.

Written by

Debbie Bookstaber started Mamanista in 2007 with her friend Candace Lindemann. Debbie and Candace also are the co-founders of Bloganthropy.org, which empowers bloggers to become philanthropic leaders in their communities. Through their annual awards, Bloganthropy.org recognizes bloggers who effectively use social media for social good. Debbie lives in the Philadelphia suburbs with her husband and two young sons. She's an active volunteer in her community and a working mom. Debbie is a partner at Element Associates and the Social Media Director at Child's Play Communications. You can follow Debbie on Twitter @buzzmommy or meet her at a future blogging or tech conference, where she frequently speaks about social good efforts, SEO or affiliate marketing.

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