I enjoyed so much reading many of the posts linked up to the Children’s Bookshelf last week. Thank you to each one of you who linked up and shared a book review, book list, or book related activity!
Here are some of my favorite posts linked-up last week:
Flowering Minds wrote a lovely review of the picture book Daisy and the Doctor as part of the Perfect Picture Book series. This book deals with the subject of going to the doctor with an unusual amount of realism and detail. (Note: Originally, I said that this review was written by author Suzanne Leonard Hill. I misread the post on Flowering Minds. This review was written as part of a series that is promoted through Suzanne Leonard Hill’s blog.)
If you are an educator or parent who is always looking for new book inspired activity and craft ideas, Reading Confetti would an excellent blog to follow. This simple but charming craft to accompany Lois Ehlert’s book Lots of Spots perfectly captures the mood and art of the book while being simple and adaptable to multiple ages. This post also co-hosts the Lois Ehlert Virtual Book Club blog hop with over 90+ Ehlert inspired craft and activity ideas.
Mom and Kiddo from What Do We Do All Day was the one came up with the idea and did all the work to come up with The Children’s Bookshelf link-up. Since following her blog, I’ve been impressed by the depth and knowledge displayed in her children’s book lists and reviews. These classics from the decades often contain books that I remember reading as a child. If you are a parent, you should definitely check out these lists though since many of these older books are wonderful quality rarely seen today. Her earlier lists also have links to the free eBook copies on The Gutenberg Project’s website.
Now, it is your turn to share with us with all of your kid lit inspired posts this week. Please link up any children’s book posts below and don’t forget to follow The Children’s Bookshelf on Pinterest or visit TCB’s co-hosts: What Do We Do All Day?, No Twiddle Twaddle, Smiling Like Sunshine, Mommy and Me Book Club, My Little Bookcase and Mouse Grows, Mouse Learns.
By linking up you are giving permission for any of the co-hosts to pin and/or feature a your photo on a future The Children’s Bookshelf post.
Thanks for linking up today! I’m looking forward to reading your posts.
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