I don’t always appreciate when today’s world tries to put a new spin on something historically “tried and true.” But when it come to offering a Modern Day Retelling of Classic Fairy Tales, I’m all ears! Over the years I’ve been happy to read and review many beautiful children’s book that are fresh new spins… Read More A Modern Way of Retelling Fairy Tales and Classic Children’s Stories
Right or wrong, many of today’s kids do most of their reading on electronic devices so this week I thought I would focus on a fun and unique eBooks from Loud Crow, The Pop-Out Tale of Peter Rabbit , that helps families relive a children’s classic tale in a very modern way. ENJOY! Pop Out The… Read More The Pop-Out Tale of Peter Rabbit | eReader Fun for Kids
Welcome to our September installment of the Read Kid’s Classics Challenge! I’m so glad you’re here and I can hardly wait to see what you’re reading as well. As many of you already know, I am a huge fan of children’s classics and over the years my family has actively read old classics and discovered new… Read More From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler-Read Kids Classics
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… Read More Weekend Links: Have You Been Reading Kids’ Classics?
The Wanderlust side of me has always wanted to go to Maine. So for this month for my #ReadKidClassics pick, I choose a beloved classic, Blueberries for Sal. I also picked this story because I love the state of Maine! In Maine the sites and scenery is plentiful and when combined with the endless outdoors… Read More #ReadKidsClassics: Blueberries for Sal for National Blueberry Month
Happy Summer Solstice! Did anyone happen to see the Strawberry Moon? The “strawberry moon” is the first full moon we’ve had on Summer Solstice since 1948! It was truly spectacular. It’s hard to believe July is just around the corner too. Summer is flying by! Kids are loving being off of school and not having… Read More Weekend Links: Recaps and Round-ups of Summer Booklists
Hello and Welcome to our first installment of the Read Kid’s Classics Challenge! I’m so glad you’re here and I can hardly wait to see what you’re reading as well. As many of you already know, I am a huge fan of children’s classics and over the years my family has actively read old classics… Read More Read Kid’s Classics Challenge: March’s Selection (#readkidsclassics)