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Tilly & the Tooth Fairy

Recipe for Tilly & the Tooth Fairy: blend a hint of nostalgia with a dash of modern technology. Churn with attention to detail until it’s a deliciously captivating, beautiful bedtime story! 225 more words

Children's Literature

Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Won an ALA Youth Media Award That I Haven't Read Yet

  1. March: Book Three by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell (Coretta Scott King Author Book Winner, Printz Award Winner, Sibert Award Winner, YALSA Award for Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults Winner)
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New term, new post! Fictional schools to make you feel better about the start of Lent term

Lily Lindon finds it difficult to believe she is entering Lent term of her MPhil in Children’s Literature. She offers some fictional super-schools that you can enroll at part-time when you need a break. 1,097 more words

Children's Literature

[review + recipe] The Nian Monster by Andrea Wang and Alina Chau

While growing up in Hawai’i, I was always a little jealous of my Chinese friends. They got to celebrate two New Years, once on January 1, and again in late January/early February for… 1,455 more words

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If You Were Me and Lived on ... Mars by @CarolePRoman #Space #Kidlit #TuesdayBookBlog

Title If You Were Me and Lived on…Mars (If You Were Me and Lived in…) (Volume 21)

Author Carole P. Roman (Author), Mateya Arkova (Illustrator) 569 more words

Wonderful Words on the World of Children's Books

In an age when a limited diet for hundreds of millions of Americans daily is prescribed through the medium of TV, there is more nourishment, more privacy, and—best yet—more freedom of selection to be had in children’s reading. 95 more words

Reading Life

Top Ten Freebie- Ten Books I've Recently Read To Children

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. For this week’s Top Ten Tuesday, it’s a freebie which means we can pick what we’d like to list! 337 more words

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