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Weekend Links As the end of October Nears

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Another busy week has just wrapped up here at JIAB headquarters. It was a bittersweet week of highs and lows as well. I was so sad to hear of Vera B Williams death. She contributed greatly to so many in the wonderful literature she wrote . You will be greatly missed Vera.

Vera B Williams

Then there were light-hearted milestones like the fact that one of my favorite books, Caps for Sale, turned 75.

Caps for Sale

But like all weeks, I discovered some wonderful reading nuggets of gold.

Here are some of my top picks:

Thirteen Scary YA Books: Diverse Edition via @LEEandLOW

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An alternative (or bonus) to #halloweentreats Book or Treat (A Book-ish Twist on Halloween)

Book or Treat

Picture Books You Might Not Know With Great Role Models For Girls at No Time for Flashcards

picture books for girls

The Mighty Boy Reading List: Ages 9-12 at I think We Could be Friends

boy booklist

40 Tween & Middle Schoolers; All-Time Favorite Book List via @thehousehendrix

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13 + Children’s Picture Books About Famous Artists – via @imagination soup

booklists about artists

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2 thoughts on “Weekend Links As the end of October Nears

  1. A Chair for My mother is an award winning classic novel written in the 80’s. The book is still used today in elementary classrooms. What a tribute to the author. great
    Your book lists for boys, girls and artists are outstanding in this post. The amount of research involved to compile and whittle down to a manageable number to share takes a lot of research and decision making.

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