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Free Kid's Meal for a Kid's Book at LongHorn Steakhouse Today

Depending on which school your kids attend, it may or may not be spring break. If it is, you know that weeklong reprieve for little Sally can stack up on your wallet. And probably your patience -- but that's another story.

To celebrate International Children's Book Day, all LongHorn Steakhouse locations are inviting families to participate in Give a Book, Get a Free Steakhouse Kid's Meal today. Details after the jump.

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To participate, families must bring one children's book suitable for ages 5 to 12 to any LongHorn Steakhouse. In return, guests can get one free kid's meal with the purchase of an adult entrée.

The books will be donated to local Boys & Girls clubs throughout the country to add to their libraries. LongHorn supports the club throughout the year with local grants, school supply drives, holiday dinners, and other fundraising efforts.

There are 26 Boys & Girls clubs in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

There are seven LongHorn Steakhouse locations in Broward and Palm Beach counties. For more information about the Boys & Girls club special, visit the restaurant's Facebook page. To find a location, click here.

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