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Weekend Links: kidlit booklists showcasing life events

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Welcome to Weekend Links! This day is one of my favorites because I get to share the best-of-the-best of the amazing reads, resources, booklists and links that I have encountered in my Internet travels during the week.

There is SO much going on lately! February is a busy month and March is shaping up to be the same. The following are some great kidlit booklists, blog posts and resources I have discovered that reflects what is going on in all our lives. Enjoy!

Here is a treasure-trove of amazing links and reads in honor of Black History Month. Black History Month 2016 blog post roundup and #giveaway- via Multicultural Kids

Black History Month round up

Crafty Moms Share: I Am Rosa Parks:Ordinary People Change the World

Rosa Parks

A Crafty Arab: 99 Muslim Children Books

Muslim children's booklist

The Peace Tree from Hiroshima: The Little Bonsai with a Big Story

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The Ultimate 2nd Grade Reading List

second grade booklist

Black History Month Activities from Our Home of Many Blessings

Black History months activities

Kids Books About Airplanes and Aviation

plane booklist

26 Exceptional Nonfiction Books for Kids – via Imagination Soup

11 Inspiring Books for Kids who Want to Start a Club at KCEdventures

books about clubs

My book A Year in the Secret Garden has won a Gold Level Mom’s Choice Award! Let’s CELEBRATE!
If you are looking for wonderful crafting activities, cooking project the whole family can participate in and character studies that help readers delve deeper into important characters like Mary, Dr. Craven, Colin, Ben Weatherstaff, Martha and Mrs. Melock, this book is for you.
Mom's Choice Award Sale
Readers, parents, teachers and librarians can grab their copy of A Year in the Secret Garden on the Audrey Press website and on Amazon.

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