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May Literary Holidays

May is a great month for books. Let me give you the holidays to prove it.

May is Get Caught Reading Month, which started in 1999 as a way to encourage the love of reading. 443 more words


Review | E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (Pop Classics)

Happy Children’s Book Week!  This week is dedicated to inspiring a love of reading in children across the country and to support that, I’ll be highlighting three children’s books throughout the week that have brought tons of adventure and excitement into our home.

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Book Reviews

Read more, go screen-free, and a book and music festival

When my son was young, I read to him every day, took him to storytime at libraries and bookstores, and signed him up for summer reading programs. 364 more words


Children's Book Week, inspired by Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss was an inspiration to me as a young artist. I loved his whimsical drawings and fanciful landscapes. You can see some of his influence in my abstract mazes and monster mazes too. 39 more words


Happy Children's Book Week

Happy Children’s Book Week! As you can imagine children’s books had a major impact on me growing up as a young cartoonist. Dr. Seuss was probably my favorite author and illustrator, followed by Lewis Carroll. 60 more words


Los Angeles Literature Events 4/30/18 –5/06/18

Children’s Book Week at Once Upon a Time Bookstore–Children’s Event

We are proud to be a 99th Anniversary Children’s Book Week Event Host! America’s Oldest Children’s Bookstore is partnering with Every Child a Reader for a week of events between the dates of April 30 – May 6, from coast to coast in all 50 states, including: 5,628 more words

Los Angeles Literary Events