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POLL: Do children read enough books?

In today’s age of computer screens, tablets, and smartphones – is it important for children to still read books?

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Read to Your Kids: Personal Experiences with Childhood Reading

Every night before I went to bed when I was a kid, my mom or dad would read me a story. The one I remember the most vividly is… 1,660 more words


The Bloggers We Read

I was recently interviewed by the lovely Bree at The Things We Read for her new feature – The Bloggers We Read – where she asks questions to get to know the person behind some of her favourite blogs! 1,276 more words

The new young adult books

Language changes. It always has, and probably it always will, but that won’t stop those of us who enjoy language from railing against awful usage and mistakes that become common practice. 411 more words

Growing Up With a Pioneer Girl

About a month ago, my grandma called me up and said, “So, I saw on Facebook that you liked something about Laura Ingalls Wilder’s autobiography coming  ( 690 more words


Brian Jacques: Redwall

by Megan Kologinsky

Brian Jacques is an author who holds a particularly important place in my heart. While he is no creator of high art, his plays, poems, short stories and novels have shaped the lives of countless children across the globe. 625 more words

Amelia Bedelia, My Muse

I read a whole lot more in my childhood in comparison to my life since then, and as I started thinking about this new blog and what I could write about, I thought about books that inspired me way back when. 275 more words

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