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Weekend Links: Celebrating the MKB Read Around the World Summer Reading Series

Jump Into a Book has been lucky enough to participate in the Read Around the World Summer Reading from Multicultural Kid Blogs for the last handful of years. Read around the world this summer with great books recommended by the bloggers of Multicultural Kid Blogs (and friends like JIAB!)  Throughout the summer this group of book-loving moms… Read More Weekend Links: Celebrating the MKB Read Around the World Summer Reading Series

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D.E.A.R. Day #ReadingIdeas | Drop Everything and Read is April 12

It doesn’t take much encouragement for any member of our family to “drop everything and read” and now that all my chicks have grown and “flown the coop,” I have even more time to read! There are many amazing book-related holidays out there and one of my favorite ones is D.E.A.R. Day (Drop Everything and Read)… Read More D.E.A.R. Day #ReadingIdeas | Drop Everything and Read is April 12

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April Showers Bring May Flowers (and lots of #Booklists!)

Do you remember hearing the childhood rhyme, “April Showers Bring May Flowers?” The reality is that April showers DO bring spring May flowers and, to me, the underlying message is abundance. So, whether we are talking flowers or unique holidays, there is much to celebrate in April. Here are the sweetness/highlights/hints of what is yet to come… Read More April Showers Bring May Flowers (and lots of #Booklists!)

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Weekend Links: A Toe-tingling Middle Reader Mystery Booklist

It’s time for weekend links! This week I want to focus on middle reader books with a “air of mystery!” There are so many wonderful chapter books available these days and mysteries are perfect for reluctant readers as well. Below are some of my top picks for great books that keep youngsters engaged and wanting… Read More Weekend Links: A Toe-tingling Middle Reader Mystery Booklist

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Weekend Links: Get Inspired with these #kidlit Summer Reading Recommends

If it hasn’t already, the school year is nearly over here in the States and summer is upon us. Wondering what to do with the kids over the summer break? The first answer I would give is to get outside, explore, travel and spend quality time together! But another thing that is always on parents minds… Read More Weekend Links: Get Inspired with these #kidlit Summer Reading Recommends

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Kidlit picks from my own home turf: A Great Smoky Mountain #booklist

  Many of the long-time readers of JIAB already know that my home is nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains; just a few miles from the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Throughout the year my family and friends and I spend many hours in the park enjoying all of the natural beauty. One… Read More Kidlit picks from my own home turf: A Great Smoky Mountain #booklist