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Weekend Links: A Bevvy of Wonderful Booklists for Kids

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It’s time for Weekend Links! This is my chance to share the best-of-the-best in regards to bookish fun and resources that I have encountered over the course of the week. Enjoy!

OVER IN THE WETLANDS booklist from Read Alikes

wetlands booklist

Top Indian Picture Books for Children from Artsy Craftsy Mom

India booklist

3 Amazing Wordless Diversity Picture Books from PragmaticMom

Pool by JiHyeon Lee, 3 amazing wordless diversity picture books
Children’s Books about the Cherokee – vai @alldonemonkey

Children's Books About the Cherokee | Alldonemonkey.com

16 Great Diversity Graphic Novels for Kids and Teens via PragmaticMom

A Little Extra News:

On behalf of Chronicle Books, I’m pleased to share the book trailer for Marvelous Cornelius: Hurricane Katrina and the Spirit of New Orleans.

By Phil Bildner
Illustrated by John Parra
9781452125787

The inspiriting true story of the trash collector who rallied his neighborhood in the wake of one of the most devastating natural disasters in recent history inspired a group of Texas 4th graders to create a video trailer, with the guidance of author Phil Bildner. As the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches on August 25, I hope you’ll share this video and book with your readers, students, friends and community.

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