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Restaurant giving free meals to kids who’ve been reading this summer

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Have your kids read a lot of books this summer? If so, their tummies can be rewarded for all that hard work.

Piccadilly Restaurants are in their second year of the company's Back to Books summer reading program. The restaurant rewards a free kids meal to children who complete a reading log of 10 books.

Also, Piccadilly has renewed its partnership with Reading Is Fundamental to help children in need. Guests may make a $1 donation to support the work of the charity, the nation's largest children's literacy organization, which works to get high-quality, free books to children in underserved communities. A donation wall with the names of donors will be on display in each restaurant.

Back to Books reading logs are available at each Piccadilly Restaurant. Once the reading log is completed, it can be turned in for a free kids meal.  Click here for more information.

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