This week is Children's Book Week - May 13th - 19th.
What is Children’s Book Week?
Established in 1919, Children’s Book Week is the longest-running literacy initiative in the country. Each year, books for young people and the joy of reading are feted for a full week with author and illustrator appearances, storytelling, parties, and other book-related events at schools, libraries, bookstores, museums, and homes from coast to coast!
As part of this, I am participating in a giveaway hop - you can enter the giveaway on my blog here and from there, make your way to the other amazing blogs in the hop for chances to win more.
As part of my regular Magic Monday feature, here are a few children's book reviews to start off this week. I will be reviewing one or more children's book each day of this week so come back to discover more books throughout this week.
Which book among these would you pick?
Disclaimer:Thank you to NetGalley for sending me a digital review copy of the books above. I was not compensated for my review. My thoughts on these books were in no way influenced by the author or publicist. They are my personal opinions formed when I read the books.
For my Monday kid’s books reviews, all the books reviewed here today goes towards the weekly meme at Jen and Kellee's - What are You Reading? From Picture Books to YA
For What are you reading? @ Book Journey
All books reviewed here
Books reviewed at Brazen Reads by me
A few more that I have to review
The Wig in the Window by Kristen Kittscher (advance copy from the publishers)
'Til the Streetlights Came On: Lessons Learned from Neighborhood Games by Daniel J. Porter (arc)
A couple more books
Next on my list:
Many to choose from
For Musing Mondays at Should Be Reading,
I am celebrating Children's Book Week and will try to keep all my posts around Children's Books - even the memes - as much as I can. While you are here, do enter the giveaway on my blog here and look for more interesting giveaways in the other blogs participating in the hop.
I love reading and today someone asked me what I read - my answer was the same as always, just about anything - fiction, non-fiction; children's, YA, adult, comics, magazines, text books, cookbooks, self-help; in short, just about anything that can be read. I admit I do have my favorites and tend to spend more time on reading certain types of books than others.
My favorites, if someone should ask, are children's books, historical romances, cook books, puzzles, travel related books, well I could go on but will stop here.
What are your favorite type of books to read? Do let me know...