If the weather isn't cooperating and your kids can't go outside, set up camp indoors with a cozy reading fort.
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Invite your kids and their friends to spend an evening reading under the stars. No need to travel to a campground site -- just set one up in your own backyard or living room.
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Whether it's the sun or the moon that's shining brightly in the sky, the outdoors encourages all sorts of new places to kick back as a family and enjoy reading.
Learning opportunities abound at the zoo, the art museum, even the ballpark!
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