Please join me to meet author Trudy Ludwig this Thursday for a Live Chat at the Random House Read and Play Community.
I’ve researched mystery chapter books for third grade in search of an author to visit my kids’ school via Skype.
This might be the ultimate cross over young adult book for kids. It has a science fiction bent but it’s also appropriate for kids ages 9 and up.
These books for kids to read on crabs are spreading egregious misconceptions that crabs are cranky. I intend to stop this bad press!
To celebrate Earth Day, I am giving away 6 earth-friendly non-fiction picture books for kids.
My trials and tribulations working on my blog for Bloggiesta including my permalink fiasco. Also, please join me at BlogFrog’s Random House Read and Play Community kicking off tomorrow.
Barefoot Books is currently running a promotion and you could win an iPad2, the World Atlas book and a $30 gift certificate. Just like their Facebook page to be entered to win by November 23, 2012.
I first read about this from CraftWhack who got it from Two Adults, One Brown Baby. Then, Doodles and Jots did it, and she says she got the idea from Mrs. Irritation, Saly, as well as the aforementioned CraftWhack and Two Adults, One Brown Baby. So I am joining this bandwagon! Learn more about me by reading my ABCs.
If there was yang to Eric Carle’s yang, then this would be What Comes Darkly Thieves by Ben Rubin. It has a folk tale fable quality to it but with an openness and makes a child ask over and over again, “Why?”