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Weekend Links: Tons of Wonderful Children’s Reading Links!

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Oh my! What a fun Weekend Links this will be! I don’t know if it’s because Spring is in the air and the flowers are a bloomin’ here in TN, but this week has been chocked full of amazing information concerning summer reading, multicultural books and great reading lists for kids. So exciting!

As always, I’ve combed through the hundreds of amazing articles out there and brought you the best of the best (in my opinion). So grab a cup of coffee and settle in for some great kidlit-inspired reading ideas for kids!


The Multiracial Population Is Growing, But Kid Lit Isn’t Keeping Up: School Library Journal

2014 Books from Caldecott Winners: 100ScopeNotes


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Middle Reader Summer Reading List from PrettyOpinionated

Middle grade summer reading

22 Awesome Submissions From The #WeNeedDiverseBooks Campaign


@KCEdventures 15 Amazing Vintage Summer Reads for Kids -Encourage Learning with Kids

15 Vintage Summer Books for Kids

From My Backyard Summer Reading List: Reading Rockets

Quotable Quotes: The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you'll go. -- Dr. Seuss


Needs some summer reading ideas?  10 to Note: Summer Preview 2014 from 100 ScopeNotes

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What great kid-reading inspired links did YOU find this week?

**Don’t Forget! Children’s Book Week starts May 12th!


4 thoughts on “Weekend Links: Tons of Wonderful Children’s Reading Links!

  1. Wow, Valarie, this is fantastic! 😀 I haven’t looked at EVERYthing yet ’cause I got caught up responding on the School Library Journal blog about diversity in kidlit lol Anyway, enjoying this. Thanks!

  2. What a great resource. My son LOVES reading …er, having me read to him. Bookworm in the making — we may check some of these out soon! Thanks for sharing at #smallvictoriessundaylinky !

  3. I will have to pass along those middle grade recommendations to my middle schooler who is quite the bookworm. Not sure if he’s read any of them, I can’t keep up! Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday linky and hope you link up again tonight. Pinning and sharing!

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