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Weekend Links: Have You Been Reading Kids’ Classics?

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For the past 6 months I’ve been embarking on a personal mission to revisit and re-review some of the many children’s classic books that have graced the shelves of my bookcase for many moons. The desire to do this prompted me to created a monthly re-occurring campaign called #ReadKidsClassics (search this hashtag on Twitter and you will find all sorts of good stuff!). I’ve had some help from other amazing bloggers as well and though I intend to keep sharing until the end of the year, I thought I take a moment to revisit some of my favorite reviews thusfar:

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The Little Prince review from Sue at Ever Ready

Read Kids Classics

Miss Nelson is Missing!CLASSROOM CHAOS is a fun book and a great review via Barbara Ann Mojica

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Cindy from Too Cool for Homeschool put a fun spin on the classic The Cricket in Times Square

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On Jump Into a Book, I had fun revisiting these kids classics:

#ReadKidsClassics- Heidi

Heidi

#ReadKidsClassics: Blueberries for Sal for National Blueberry Month

Blueberries for Sal

#ReadKidsClassics: The Jungle Book Book Review + Activities

Pattern Play 3D animals

I don’t think anyone was surprised to see what my first Read Kid’s Classics Challenge was-and I have a very good reason for picking that book! I picked this book because it was my first kid’s classic and it became my favorite friend and companion throughout my childhood, ….no, throughout my life.

What could that incredible book be? Why The Secret Garden of course.

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This book also inspired me to create my A Year in The Secret Garden activity book and study guide for kids. Read more about it here.

A Year in the Secret Garden

What kids’ classic are your family’s favorites?

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2 thoughts on “Weekend Links: Have You Been Reading Kids’ Classics?

  1. I love reading classic children’s books! I have a list of all the Newbery winning and nominated books and I’m slowly working my way through it and there’s a lot of great names on it. We just finished the Chronicles of Narnia series and I think we’re going to start the Oz books soon. So far her favorite older books are anything by Beverly Cleary. She has loved every single one of them so far. We’ve read all the Ramona and the Ralph ones and a few random ones so far.

    1. Thanks a fantastic list you have. That’s the beauty of classics, they’re timeless and draw us in every single time !!!
      Happy Reading!!

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