reading leads to dreaming
Tools for Schools

Elementary and middle school principals and teachers have expressed an interest in the Read2Dream book club as a a way to promote summer reading programs and to promote a culture of reading in their schools. I am happy to provide links to literature explaining the program and some supplementary aids.



Getting Started
For new users — register and add a book using these simple directions with screen captures. This sheet is ideal take-home material after classroom introduction or PTO presentation. High resolution document for volume printing.
Promotional Bookmark
Promotional bookmark for classrooms, libraries, PTO meetings, meetings and conventions. Production ready pdf has 4 bookmarks to an 8.5" x 11" page. We make black and white copies on Brite Hue, 60#, Sun Yellow paper — but any paper is fine. Thank you for distributing our materials! This copyright material may not be edited or changed. However to promote Read@Dream Book Club, permission to reprint in any quantity is encouraged.
Reading Log
Because some children may not have access to the web site or because some teachers/families control access we provide a log for readers to write down books they have read. It can be used to many ends — some of my families wait for Dad to come to enter the books together from this printout.
Summer Flyer
Three-fold flyer explains Read2Dream program and its value as summer reading program and as a way to build a culture of reading in schools. This copyright material may not be edited or changed. However to promote Read@Dream Book Club, permission to reprint in any quantity is encouraged!