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Excellence in reading
Excellence in reading
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Excellence in reading
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Excellence in reading
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Learn more about the Mensa Foundation's Excellence in Reading program. It is open to all youth under the age of 18, regardless of Mensa affiliation. If you know a young reader, share this terrific …

Learn more about the Mensa Foundation's Excellence in Reading program. It is open to all youth under the age of 18, regardless of Mensa affiliation. If you know a young reader, share this terrific program!

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  • 1. What is it?
  • 2. It’s a simple, two-part program.
  • 3. 1. Kids read. 2. We recognizetheir achievement.
  • 4. How didyou choosethe books?
  • 5. They are the National Endowment for the Humanities’ Summertime Favorites.
  • 6. There areseparate listsfor grade-level bands.
  • 7. Birthdays don’tmatter.{well, not for theprogram, anyway}
  • 8. Young readers mayread any of thelists, not only theone thatcorresponds totheir grade-levelband.
  • 9. Where dowe find thebooks?
  • 10. Most are available atany public library.
  • 11. But feel free to buy them if you wantto build a library of your own.
  • 12. What do wedo when a listis complete?
  • 13. Send in the completedlist, as well as the orderform.
  • 14. We will send you acertificate and a freet-shirt.
  • 15. Here are someother tips.
  • 16. Books read for school assignmentscount, too.
  • 17. There is no time limit on any of the lists.Readers may begin and end anytime.
  • 18. Audio books count, too.
  • 19. Teachers or librarians canread to groups of children.
  • 20. We’ll sendcertificates andt-shirts to all of them.
  • 21. The program is open to the youth of the world.
  • 22. Our goal is to encourage young readers toengage in great literary conversations.
  • 23. READ
  • 24. Visit the library.{even if it doesn’thave stone lions}
  • 25. And thencelebrate.
  • 26. For more information on the Excellence in Reading program, please visit www.mensaforkids.org.The Excellence in Reading program is a service of the

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