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Kohl’s Keeps Kids Happy This Summer

$5 Books, Bags and Plushies

There’s more than one way to know the seasons are changing. Of course you can look at the calendar. Then there’s the change in the weather along with a fresh, flowery smell in the air. For me, these last few years of blogging, I’m reminded of changing seasons whenever Kohl’s introduces its newest Kohl’s Cares Cause Merchandise for Kids (and Grown-ups)! Now I know summer’s not far off because I just received info about the latest program starring Deborah Diesen’s Pout-Pout Fish.

A five dollar bill will get you either a book, a tote bag or an adorable stuffed animal. Why not get all three and start your summer early?

12966841296685Start with The Pout-Pout Fish, a delightful book that teaches children the importance of a positive attitude.

Add The Pout-Pout Fish in the Big-Big Dark, a book that takes children on an exciting, underwater adventure,while teaching them lifelong lessons about the power of friendship.

I especially like the colorful new tote bag. It’s perfect for carrying books, plushies or beach toys! And at just $5, you could get buy one to keep in the trunk as a spare.

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Don’t forget to pick up the coordinating stuffed animals to make the set complete.

12966821296683There’s a crab,

an octopus

and of course, Pout-Pout Fish.

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12966801304285Parents, maybe you’re thinking you’d like something this affordable, too? Well, Kohl’s has got you covered with these two books (yes, at just $5 each) certain to get you celebrating. Check ’em out! – Good Housekeeping: Blend It! (featuring 133 recipes covering soup to smoothies) and Kohl’s Party Food (including more than 150 recipes for snacks, salads, sandwiches and desserts).

100% of the net profit from the sale of these items will support kids’ health and education initiatives in communities nationwide. Visit Kohl’s Cares® site by clicking here to learn more. Since the program first began in 2000, Kohl’s Cares philanthropic program has raised more than $231 million for children’s health and education programs in local communities across the country.

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