Welcome to Weekend Links! This is my chance to share the latest-and-the-greatest in the book-ish discoveries I have found during the past week. This week I am thrilled to report that I noticed many wonderful booklists and books celebrating diverse families. Enjoy! I just LOVE this Fairy Tales in Different Cultures post from Craft Moms… Read More Weekend Links-Amazing #Booklists for a Summer of #ReadYourWorld
SO…I may, or may not be ::wink::wink:: a little preoccupied with dragons these days. Scroll to the bottom of this post and you will see why I believe #DragonsAreReal! BUT FIRST, let’s explore one of my favorite dragon-ish books that happens to be an extraordinary journey of myth, magic, and mystery. The book is Here,… Read More Imaginarium Geographica: Here There Be Dragons #DragonsAreReal
Are you the quickest, fastest person you know? If not who is? Is there someone faster than you? I’m not trying to give you a complex or anything, we just have to get in the right headspace when we talk about Wilma Rudolph, three-time Olympic Gold medalist. The Quickest Kid in Clarksville written by Pat Zietlow… Read More How Quick Are You? Quicker than The Quickest Kid in Clarksville?
We need to take a little pause in celebration today for one of my all time favorite Classic Children’s Book, Caps for Sale. It was one of the first books I learned to read on my own. I loved those pesky monkeys and all the mischief they got into in Caps for Sale. Even more… Read More Classic Children’s Book “Caps for Sale” Turns 75 Years Old!
Welcome to Weekend Links! As one of the co-founders of Multicultural Children’s Book Day and I pleased to share that planning for the 2016 event is well under way! We are working like busy little bees to update the MCCBD website, add new book-inspired events like our upcoming Classroom Reading Challenge (more details later on… Read More WEEKEND LINKS- Great Links, Reads and Activities to #ReadYourWorld
It’s time for Weekend Links! These are my top picks from my weekly internet travels. Enjoy! I just LOVE this Fairy Tales in Different Cultures post from Craft Moms Share: The Golden Slipper: A Cinderella Tale from Ukraine is an amazing example of a great multicultural children’s book! Imagination Soup had some great… Read More Weekend Links: More Great Multicultural Children’s Book Links & Summer FUN