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Happy Children’s Book Week!

Check it out at the Children’s Book Council. I’m still not sure how I’m going to celebrate this year. But I just love knowing it’s that time of year. I’ll think on it while I’m at the Mets’ game tonight, … Continue reading

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Children’s Book Week: Teen

Here’s where it gets a bit dicey. My favorite book from this period of my life is The Count of Monte Cristo. But, though it’s full of intrigue and is utterly fantastic, it’s not technically a Teen novel. Most of … Continue reading

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Children’s Book Week: 5th-6th

5th – 6th: The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien A Series of Unfortunate Events, by Lemony Snickett: Though I obviously wasn’t reading these when I was in fifth grade, I would have been had such an unfortunate series existed. It’s one … Continue reading

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Children’s Book Week: 3rd-4th

I’m not sure that I have as much to say about these books as I did the younger group. I wonder why that is? Actually, it seems like quite an important observation (maybe?). That getting children excited about books at … Continue reading

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Children’s Book Week: K-2

As I twittered, it’s the Children’s Book Council Children’s Book Week, a celebration dating back to 1919. The CBC has just posted the winners of The Children’s Book Awards on their website. The categories are as follows: Kindergarten to 2nd … Continue reading

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