Exceptional Children’s Lit Blogs

Exceptional Children’s Book Blogs

Book Club 4 Boys

Common Sense Media

From the Mixed Up Files of Middle Grade Authors

Jen Robinson’s Book Page

Paper Tigers 

Story Snoops –  Find Perfect Books for Tweens

The Brain Lair – Middle School Librarian Blog

The Fourth Musketeer – Historical Adventure for Kids

There’s a Book

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  1. scott miller

    The art work on this cover looks awesome. I look forward to reading it

  2. Vow Darling (Pen Name)

    If the first two letters are two L’s, Llasket, I would recommend your child use “basket” in her crafty poem. Maybe use a fun description of what she thinks the basket looks like – with the descriptive words before it. Example: Tiny, flower or funny-looking basket. (I do up customized, comfort baskets and verse and will continue to do so for future fund-raising efforts for The REAPs Foundation to be officially registered this year, 2013. It is the only research site I know of that will do research into maternal health care, pre and post childbirth, that will be done with, by and for all women toward prevention and support of maternal mood disorders especially the third phase of the medically recognized malady called Postpartum Blues Syndrome. This area of new motherhood includes Blues, Depression and Psychosis phases underneath this syndrome umbrella. Best regards, D.A.G.

  3. I would love to win Over in the Meadow, my kids at school love books :).

  4. thanks, i enjoyed this post. always good to discover a book that hold the interest of a wide age range.
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  5. This is a great list. My 8 year old is an avid reader and devours books. I’m always looking for more good ones to engage him.
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  7. Learning does matter! (I am trying to stress that to my 4boys..lol) I’ve found to get them to put in the energy -making it fun helps. Thanks for the highlight!

  8. Thanks for sharing this nice list …. Keep up the good work …. very useful
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  9. I think such kind of posts should be promoted by google. Thanks for this nice share !
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  10. Sue

    HI I left a comment but have no idea where it went.
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  11. We love read How the Grinch Stole Christmas! by Dr. Seuss. Thank you for the giveaway!
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  12. Tasha

    I just had to say THANK YOU for this list of other blogs! Not only have I subbed to yours, but I’ve also gone to every single one of the sites listed above, skimmed through the sites, and bookmarked them all! They’re all fantastic sites for book reviews and information about books for kids of ALL ages–really from 3 y/o to 33 y/o! Thanks again for this list. I never knew there were such great sites out there! :)

    • Hi Tasha,
      I’m so glad. There are so many wonderful children’s book bloggers that you remind me to update my list!! I need to add Book a Day Children’s Almanac and Nerdy Book Club. I find many great book recs for my kids on these blogs as well! I will send my kids a link of any post I think they might like and they will tell me yay or nay.
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  13. where can I buy these cards,
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  14. Rsvp @WhittleKatie1 Looking forward to the #KeepGoodGoing twitter part what a great way to give back to others #FeedingAMillion

  15. RSVP #feedingAMillion looken forward good luck to all :)

  16. Thanks for this terrific list! I’d love to see you feature Cynthia Leitich Smith and her lovely picture book “Jingle Dancer.”

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