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Welcome to Weekend Links!
I don’t know about you but summer is off-and-running at our house. We have mountains of books to read, travel plans galore and I am enjoying yet another batch of baby fox kits who have taken up residence at my house. As summer starts picking up steam, I want to do my part in providing booklists, activities and giveaways to keep the whole family pulling books from shelves and stories from pages.
Speaking of giveaways, did you know I have TWO wonderful ones running Right.Now??!! One is a Linda Sue Park Booklist Giveaway. Linda Sue Park has written many children’s books, many of which one lucky reader will win! You can view the booklist and giveaway HERE.
The second giveaway is my Book-Jumper Summer Reading Series Secret Garden Booklist giveaway. More chances to win great books! Read the booklist and view the giveaway HERE.
Here are more great booklists and links that I have discovered this week. Enjoy!
12 Empowering Children’s Books To Add To Little Girls’ Bookshelves
Superhero Summer Reading – a great booklist at Growing Book by Book
ABC’s of American History: W is for George Washington from Thaleia at Something2Offer
Children’s Books about Ninjas, Samurai, and Karate – via Leanna at All Done Monkey
African Animals Yoga from Kids Yoga Stories that includes a wonderful resource list for teaching kids about Africa.
Three books for children that take bullying by the horns at Scroll.in
50 Inspiring Children’s Books with a Positive Message « Positively Positive
Making a game out of science fiction for 8-12 year-olds from Zoe at Playing by the Book
The Best Books to Read at the Breakfast Table from KCEdventures
What good booklists did you find this week?
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