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Graphic Novels for Kids

Comics have long been known as a form of entertainment for kids. The thrill of superhero rescues is exciting for any age, and the style of combining art with a storyline has extended to novel form in the last thirty years. 229 more words

Books

Happy International Children's Book Week!!!

A Happy Children’s Book Week to all!

Are you rereading any of your childhood favorites this week, or reading something wondrous with your kids?

Here’s a small snippet of some of my favorite childhood books, in no particular order. 138 more words

Children's Literature

(Pt. 4) What I love about children's books: Teaching love of books/reading

It’s Children’s Book Week!

In honor of the annual national literacy initiative hosted by Every Child a Reader and sponsored by the Children’s Book Council, I will be sharing a series of the seven elements I love about children’s books. 149 more words

Books

Salute to Teachers and Books

The love of books was instilled in me by my parents. They were avid readers, and they made the public library a regular part of my life. 223 more words

Children's Book Week: Bizarre Children's Literature

Did you know this is Children’s Book Week? My posts this week are going to focus on reading to children and children’s books, from the weird to the patience-building. 879 more words

Children's Literature

Mothers, Mysteries, Memories, Oh My!

Namaste Beautiful, Bountiful, Memorable, Mystical Expressions of Life & Love!

I greet you in the appreciation of whoever you are with special honorings this week for mothers, teachers, literacy, music, children’s books, and the infinite circle of family, faith, and Love! 1,414 more words

Awareness

Children's Book Week

I love Children’s Book Week, but I also feel as though it’s somewhat redundant, especially for schools and libraries. Don’t get me wrong – there is no such thing as too many books, but I also sometimes feel that there isn’t a need for a special week to introduce books to your children and encourage them to read. 465 more words

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