This month we are spotlighting books by Amy Krouse Rosenthal for our Yearlong Virtual Book Club for Kids!
Will you join us?
All you have to do is...
- Pick an Amy Krouse Rosenthal book to read with your child (I have the links to several book recommendations along my blog sidebar). There are SO MANY great ones... and most were brand new to me!
- Comment and let us know that you are participating!!
- Do any activity, craft, cooking project, or other book inspired activity that goes along with the book you chose.
- Share what you did with us starting Monday, October 15th! We will have a linky up for 3 weeks where you can share any blog posts (if you are a blogger) or you can post what you did at the end of the linky post in the comments or on our Facebook wall.
I am really looking forward to seeing what book you picked. These books are all new to me over the past month and I am LOVING them!
For more updates and to see loads of the posts by participating bloggers, head on over and "Like" our Virtual Book Club for Kids Facebook page.
Here's the button you can grab if you are participating!
PS- If you missed any of our other Virtual Book Club Posts you can find them below:
June- Mo Willems
July- Don and Audrey Wood
August- Kevin Henkes
September- Lois Ehlert
Here are several of the bloggers that will be participating in this year's Virtual Book Club for Kids:
Toddler Approved - Rainy Day Mum - Adventures in Reading with Kids - 3 Dinosaurs - Royal Baloo - The Educators' Spin On It - Inspiration Laboratories - Pleasantest Thing - Edventures with Kids - Two Big Two Little - Playing With Words 365 - Kitchen Counter Chronicles - Outlaw Mom - Mommy and Me Book Club - Crafty Moms Share - No Twiddle Twaddle - The Good Long Road - Ready. Set. Read 2 Me - Reading Confetti - Mama Smiles - Juggling with Kids- Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas - Creekside Learning - Creative Family Fun - The Usual Mayhem - Teach Preschool - PlayDrMom - CraftoArt - Here Come the Girls - Being a Conscious Parent - Smiling like Sunshine - Crayon Freckles - Train Up a Child
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