MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Kohl’s (NYSE: KSS) is gearing up for the back-to-school season with a collection of easy-to-read books and coordinating plush as part of the Kohl’s Cares® merchandise program, now available at all Kohl’s stores and on Kohls.com.
Designed for the newest readers in your family, I Can Read! books collections share captivating stories through easily understandable concepts and vocabulary for all reading levels. Whether it’s their first story time with Pete the Cat or they’re ready to begin reading about the Justice League on their own, kids of all ages will find stories to enjoy in this season’s Kohl’s Cares collection. Priced at $5 each, these books and their coordinating plush pals make a great gift for the little readers in your life, with 100 percent of the net profit benefiting charitable organizations nationwide.
Before heading back to school, families can also brush up on their learning skills together with fun kits, activity books and flashcards, also part of this season’s Kohl’s Cares collection.
Merchandise featured in the Kohl’s Cares back-to-school collection includes:
I Can Read! books and coordinating plush
To date, Kohl’s has raised nearly $340 million through the Kohl’s Cares merchandise program to support community initiatives nationwide. Learn more about the impact this purchase has on Kohl’s partners by visiting Kohls.com/Cares.
Kohl’s (NYSE: KSS) is a leading omnichannel retailer with more than 1,100 stores in 49 states. With a commitment to inspiring and empowering families to lead fulfilled lives, Kohl’s offers amazing national and proprietary brands, incredible savings and an easy shopping experience in our stores, online at Kohls.com and on Kohl’s mobile app. Throughout its history, Kohl’s has given more than $650 million to support communities nationwide. For a list of store locations or to shop online, visit Kohls.com. For more information about Kohl’s impact in the community or how to join our winning team, visit Corporate.Kohls.com or follow @KohlsNews on Twitter.
Source: Business Wire Entertainment News