Labels For Education Book Bonanza!

*This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.

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Labels for Education is celebrating its 40th anniversary, that means 40 years of rewarding schools and bettering the lives of students across America. Brands such as Post, Bic, Campbell’s, Glad and Pepperidge Farm are among those that take part in the program. This year the Labels for Education Book Bonanza is back and I want to tell you how to take part.

The way the Labels for Education Book Bonanza works is pretty simple and can really benefit your child’s school. You need to save the UPC or the Beverage/Sauce caps of participating products and turn them into your school. The final due date is March 31, 2014 so try to get them in a few days before that so you don’t forget (I mean hello, Mommy Brain). This is the way the points add up for the free books:

  • Schools that submit 1,000 UPCs and Beverage/Sauce caps earn 5 books
  • Schools that submit 2,000 UPCs and Beverage/Sauce caps earn 10 books
  • Schools that submit 3,000 UPCs and Beverage/Sauce caps earn 20 books

In case your school isn’t already registered with Labels for Education I recommend you ask at the front office. They could be missing out on a beneficial program. Throughout the year there are many other things you can earn, this awesome deal with Scholastic is just one of the amazing programs offered. Below you’ll see what a UPC looks like so you are aware.

labels for education upc

As far as books for school libraries go, there are a few books I remember really enjoying as a child. The Sideways Stories from Wayside School series was a favorite and I really love Wuthering Heights even if it is cliche. Can you think of your favorite Scholastic books that you’d like to see your kids reading anywhere between Kindergarten through High school? Just something you’d want to be sure they didn’t miss?

*This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own. Labels for Education are pretty great, they help schools which in turn helps kids. What could be bad about that FTC, what could be bad about that?


  1. 1

    The Phantom Tollboth is my all time favorite children’s book.

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    I really enjoyed the Sideways Stories books when I was a kid, too.

    This might be a little cliche, or a lot geeky, but I really love the Harry Potter books.
    And I thought Wonder was a great not-to-be-missed book for older kids.

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    I Love You Because You’re You<— my kid love this!

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