Weekend Links: A roundup of Bedtime Story Recommendations for Kids

Earlier this week I shared a handful of classic children’s bedtime books that my now-grown kids used to clamor for as Littles. The positive response to this fun walk down memory land made me go on a quest to see out what others are sharing in the way of great Bedtime Story Recommendations for Kids. […]

Tried-n-True Classic Bedtime Storybooks for all ages

My kids are long past the age of needing bedtime stories (our youngest just graduated from High School!) but on occasion I like to look back on our bookshelves and remember the titles that helped my brood drift off to sleepy-land. And when I do, it never ceases to amaze me how it was the […]

July 2017 Kid Lit Blog Hop | A source for great summer reading ideas!

Hello, welcome back to another month of terrific children’s literature. We welcome you to the July 2017 Kid Lit Blog Hop. This hop takes place every 3rd Wednesday of the month. It is designed to engage a  group of people who love everything that has to do with children’s literature. Everyone is welcome to join […]

A Treasure Trove of Summer Reads | The Kid Lit Blog Hop is LIVE!

17 KID LIT BLOG HOP-May 2017   Hello, welcome back to another month of terrific children’s literature. We welcome you to the June 2017 Kid Lit Blog Hop. This hop takes place every 3rd Wednesday of the month. It is designed to engage a  group of people who love everything that has to do with […]

#KidlitBooks to remind your readers why Science is Awesome

{guest post from Hannah Rials} Science and kids…it’s seems to go hand-in-hand like summer and fun. Science is also the “S” in S.T.E.M; something that is on the radar of all teachers and parents these days. Lucky for us, the books and resources to encourage the love of science is abundant and more and more […]

Weekend Links-Amazing #Booklists for a Summer of #ReadYourWorld

Welcome to Weekend Links! This is my chance to share the latest-and-the-greatest in the book-ish discoveries I have found during the past week. This week I am thrilled to report that I noticed many wonderful booklists and books celebrating diverse families. Enjoy! I just LOVE this Fairy Tales in Different Cultures post from Craft Moms […]

29 #Kidlit Audio Books For Readers/Listeners of all Ages

First I’d like to welcome and say hello to all of our new subscribers and Facebook Fans. It’s so wonderful to meet your here. If there was going to be a theme for this last weekend it would have been crafting. Though our hands and eyes were busy creating fun things, our ears and minds […]

Summer Reading Ideas for Kids Who Love Mythological Beings

So how’s your ‘warmer weather months’ going? I’ve been spending tons of time curled up on the patio with my nose in a book! I can also share that I’ve been up to my eyeballs in Norse Mythology. Currently one of my MANY publishing/writing projects I am working on includes a new book from Audrey […]

National Teacher Day- Honoring Six Teachers Who Changed the World

In many countries, Teachers’ Day (National Teacher Day is May 9th here in the U.S.) is a special day for the appreciation of teachers, and may include celebrations to honor them for their special contributions in a particular field area, or the community in general. Here are six well-known teachers-turned-heroes-that changed our nation and the way […]

May 8th is International Viking Day! Lycklig Internationella Vikingadagen!

Lycklig Internationella Vikingadagen! In case you were wondering, that’s Swedish for Happy International Viking Day. Swedish tradition and culture is a huge part of my life. Both my parents and grandparents were from Gotland, Sweden so my Swedish roots run deep. I have been immersed in Nordic culture since childhood so when it comes to Vikings, those […]