We know you, as an educator, are spending your own money on class materials. Bookmans is proud to support education in our community, so we want to offer you a 20% discount on all of your purchases at our entertainment exchanges when you sign up for Project: Educate. So spend some on yourself, and take 20% off all your media purchases… not just classroom material, but anything and everything in our entertainment exchanges. It’s our way of saying thanks for everything that you do. Learn More
Take charge of your choices and we’ll reward you. Our 13- to 17-year-old customers can get a special 15% discount on anything and everything in our entertainment exchanges, like video games, electronics, books, music, movies and more. We’ll also give you a $15 gift certificate as a way to say happy birthday! Sign Up
Instilling a lifelong love of reading starts early, and to help foster that, we’ve created Kids Club, giving kids from birth to 12 years old a 10% discount on anything in our entertainment exchanges. In addition, we’ll also send you a $10 gift certificate each year on your birthday, so you can pick out what you want. Sign Up
For every 10 books you read, we’ll give you one free. What’s the catch? You just have to write a short report telling us: 1. Your name and age 2. The title and author of the book 3. Why you liked or disliked the book You can even include drawings. When you’ve finished your 10 book reports, bring them to your favorite Bookmans and we’ll reward you with a free book for all that hard work.
We revamped the Bookmans School Challenge to reach more schools, educators and students. Check back here for the exciting details. All will be revealed soon.
To help educators encourage a love of reading in their students, we launched the Bookmans Reading Challenge to public and charter elementary schools in Arizona in 2007. Teachers across the state reported their students read over a million books in our Reading Challenge, but by 2010 it seemed as though negative stories about schools outnumbered the positive as the media and some politicians portrayed public education as failing. Our partners in literacy advocacy were telling us inspirational stories about about innovative educational programs put into play by hardworking public educators. We wanted everyone to hear about these positive things that schools and students were doing in the face of criticism and despite the lack of funding. We updated our Reading Challenge to include a greater number of students and a wider variety of curricular activities. This shift in focus required a new name — the Bookmans School Challenge. Learn More
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