Category Archives: children’s literature

A to Z: This month (and this post) is all about poetry

Throughout April, I’m tackling 26 A to Z topics related to children’s literature. We’ve made it all the way to P, and I’m joining plenty of other bloggers by honoring poetry today since April is National Poetry Month. So let’s take … Continue reading

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A to Z: How many Newbery Honor Medal winners have you read?

Throughout April, I’m tackling 26 A to Z topics related to children’s literature. I’m a day late on N day, but I couldn’t bring myself to skip it entirely. Today’s topic is too much fun — it’s all about Newbery … Continue reading

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A to Z: Wanted – multicultural and diverse books

Throughout April, I’m tackling 26 A to Z topics related to children’s literature. And today is M Day! Which means it’s time to talk about multicultural children’s books and diversity in literature. I never had a problem finding myself in … Continue reading

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A to Z: Judging a book by its cover … and other ways of choosing children’s books

Throughout April, I’m tackling 26 A to Z topics related to children’s literature. Today’s topic is a subject I addressed on my old blog, EveryJournalist Fiction: judging a book by multiple elements and what convinces us to buy books. I … Continue reading

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A to Z: Imaginary friends popping up in kid lit

Throughout April, I’ll be tackling 26 A to Z topics related to children’s literature. Since today is all about the letter I, the topic of the day is imaginary friends. Noni was invisible. Not the metaphorical invisible, as in everyone … Continue reading

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