Encouraging Summer Reading

How do you encourage your kids to read over summer break?

32%  By setting a good example -- they always see me reading.
49%  By introducing them to books on subjects they're interested in.
5%  Bribery's the only way to get them to crack open a book.
14%  I still haven't found a way that works.

2053 Total votes cast.

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