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Children's and Young Adult Literature - Blogs

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There are five tabs in the beginning to pique one’s interest: Books by Age, Interviews, Author’s Showcase, Giveaways, and Bookshop. Listed down the left side of the page are 57 additional categories. Book Review Sites, Book Sites, Book Recommendations, Best Books To Read, Good Books, Learning Websites For Kids, Learning Sites, Books New Releases, Handwriting Activities

The Best Books for Kids | The Children's Book Review

The Children's Book Review shares book reviews and book lists of the best books for kids and teens of all ages. We help grown-ups and educators to grow readers.

The Book Smugglers Book Review Sites, Book Reviews, Ya Books, Good Books, Young Adult Fiction, Ya Novels, Self Publishing, Learn To Read, Book Lists

The Book Smugglers | Smuggling Since 2007 | Reviewing SF & YA since 2008

A book review blog specializing in speculative fiction and popgeekery for all ages since 2008

Making boys life long learners.mostly older boys Best Children Books, Books For Boys, Childrens Books, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Lists, Elementary School Library, Elementary Schools, Library Lessons

Developing a New Generation of Literate Men

We are an organization of parents, educators, librarians, mentors, authors, and booksellers. Our mission is to transform boys into lifelong readers.

Maw Books Blog Blog Design, Youre Invited, Utah, Literature, Invitations, Books, Content, Winter, Photos

Maw Books – book reviews, book recommendations, book lists, author interviews and more!

A book blog with book reviews, book recommendations, book lists and author interviews on children's, young adult and adult fiction and non-fiction.

Serendipity Saturday: All the best "stuff" I find interesting all over the place, published on Saturdays, mostly about books and education, but with some nerdy stuff too. Kind Campaign, One And Only Ivan, Readers Workshop, Workshop Ideas, Children's Literature, Read Aloud, Book Review, Teaching Resources, Nerdy

Reading Rumpus

A blog about children's literature and reading education for teachers, librarians, and parents.

Great lists of books for kids to read! Lewis says, if an adult wouldn't read it, it probably isn't worth the kids reading either. So grab one and enjoy! Book Clubs, Book Club Books, Children's Books, Children's Literature, Kids Reading, Book Worms, Tools, Blog, Instruments

Children's Literature Book Club

We recently moved to a new city, and I always like to head the our local library as soon as possible to sign up for a new library card. It's just part of settling in. I don't feel at home until I have that card in hand and a stack of new library books waiting to be read. This particular library has several display cases as you walk into the children's section. My four year-old loves to see what the latest is. Today I fell in love with this display of pumpkins turned into some of my favorite…

From Book Aunt with Kate Coombs - "This is a good example of poet Vanderwater’s voice, clean and spare and true. Writing Inspiration Tips, Grade Books, Book Reviews For Kids, Reluctant Readers, Book Sites, Book Trailers, Children's Picture Books, Aunts, Kids Writing

Book Aunt

Four years, three months, and 530 posts. Also a move from California to Utah and two new books published. But life gets crunched up sometimes, and what I really need is more time for my own writing. So Book Aunt is coming to a close, and I just want to thank you all for sharing the joy of talking about children's books with me. Yesterday I was standing in a bookstore and overheard a woman trying to pick out a book for her nine-year-old niece. Naturally, I entered into the fray. My only…

After reading a book that broke your heart or made you swoon or even had you pull a Silver Linings Playbook and hurl it out a window, inevitably. Creative Writing Ideas, Self Publishing, Past Life, Writing A Book, Losing Me, I Got This, Divorce, Need To Know, Books To Read

3 Ways to Figure Out What Young Adult Books to Read Next

After reading a book that broke your heart or made you swoon or even had you pull a Silver Linings Playbook and hurl it out a window, inevitably...

The Story Siren First Place, Insurgent, All In One, Literature, Reading, Books, Literatura, Libros, Book

The Story Siren - Great Reads, All In One Place!

Great Reads, All In One Place!

Read Roger - The Horn Book Educational News, Horn, Literature, Tech Companies, Journal, Reading, Books, Literatura, Libros

The Horn Book

The Horn Book Magazine and The Horn Book Guide are the most distinguished journals in the field of children’s and young adult literature and the core of our company. Founded in 1924 by Bertha Mahony to herald the best in children’s literature, more than eighty-five years later, we are still following her lead.

YA librarians will have a blast discussing the "Next Big Thing" at YALSA’s 2012 YA Lit Symposium in St. on Nov. Teen Trends, The Next Big Thing, Good Job, Literature, High School, Nov 2, Librarians, Teaching, Education

Persnickety Snark

Ahh here we are at the end of a year. Another one. This year has been incredibly challenging on a personal level (as it has been for many) but here's the thing about challenge - you grow. I am hyper reflective, typically with the need to improve the way that I approach things. This list is my effort to channel that need to reflect in a positive manner. It might have been a challenge but projects were secured, friendships made and sights seen. What happened in 2016? Launched a new project in…

MARK MACLEOD BLOG ON Literature, Blog, Movies, Movie Posters, Literatura, Films, Film Poster, Blogging, Cinema

MARK MACLEOD BLOG ON

Don't blame me for the title! That was the publisher's idea and they know their market well. Unfortunately it probably obscures the original nature of the poems and songs. I wanted to call it 'The Fish Wall' and that's still how I think of it, but I can see why they didn't love it. The dynamic Rebecca Hermann and Nerida Fearnley at Bolinda Publishing asked me to do several audio projects for them: a collection of traditional nursery rhymes for younger and older listeners; a collection of…