Read The Book & Enjoy The Movie on @Netflix #StreetTeam

I'm an avid reader, my husband is too and my kids are becoming an avid reader more and more each day. I love reading a great book because you can let your imagination run wild when it comes to how you think the characters looks and sound and how you picture the setting.

One thing that gets me excited is reading a great book series and finally seeing it come to life in a movie. There's something about watching the book you love come on big screen for you to enjoy, over and over again.

Last week was National Young Reader's Week and what the kids and I did was watch a few movies on Netflix that were made based off of great books. We sat down together and watched, Diary of A Wimpy Kid, a movie my family knows and loves.

We also sat down and watched Thomas and the Magic Railroad. This was my son's favorite, he absolutely loves Thomas. Another series I loved as a kid when I was younger was reading the Goosebumps and The Babysitter's Club books. I loved it even more seeing it on big screen and love that I can watch those on Netflix as well.

Here are a few titles of great books turned movies you and your kiddos can watch!

Big Kids
1.      Diary of a Wimpy Kid
3.      Hugo
4.      The Baby-Sitters Club
5.      Goosebumps

Little Kids
1.       Ramona and Beezus
2.       The Magic School Bus
4.       The Swan Princess

Don't have a Netflix account yet? Still deciding whether or not it's a good fit for you and your family? One thing I love about Netflix is that you can try it out, free for 30 days before being charged. This helps out a lot and gives you plenty of time to decide if you like what Netflix has to offer. With a free month to watch all the shows and movies you love, I'm sure you'll love it. Not only does Netflix has a wide range of movies and television shows, but it's also very affordable with being only $7.99 a month.

Disclosure: I am part of the Street Team Campaign with Netflix and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.


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