Becky's blog is one of the most respected book review sites on the web. With an extensive background in English literature and library science, Becky knows wherof she reads. Her blog focuses on children's and young adult literature (primarily for tweens and teens) in the hopes of promoting lifelong reading habits.
National Geographic sponsors DogEared, a truly unique interactive experience for kids. This blog is all about books for kids, reviewed by kids. Young readers are invited to register and set up an account that allows them to keep track of a personal reading wish list, play book related games and interact with each other in a safe environment. Think of it as your own online book club. Enjoy!
Kids Book Reviewhttp://www.kids-bookreview.com/
Based in Australia, Kids Book Review focuses entirely on children’s literature. Primarily a book review blog, the site also includes featured authors, illustrators and publishers from all over the world. Contributing editors post news, reviews, interviews, articles, guest posts, as well as literacy articles to support teachers and librarians. This is a great blog for young readers, and those that are just young at heart.
A Wrung Spongehttp://awrungsponge.blogspot.com/
Andromeda Jazmon is a library media specialist who review software, electronic resources, and books for children and young adults, particularly multicultural fiction, nonfiction and poetry. She is especially supportive of works that are inclusive of diverse ethnicity's and books by authors and illustrators of color. Blog posts her include poetry excerpts and musings from Andromeda as well as recommendations for unique and unusual reading.
A Chair, A Fireplace, and a Tea Cozyhttp://blog.schoollibraryjournal.com/teacozy
Liz B. is a former attorney turned librarian for a regional library of the National Library Services for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Liz started her blog in 2005 as a discussion of books, movies, and TV shows that appeal to children and teens. Intelligent conversation and insightful reviews abound--Liz also includes what is happening in publishing news and other information that might be helpful to teachers and fellow librarians.
One Minute Book Reviewshttp://oneminutebookreviews.wordpress.com/
Janice Harayda is an award-winning journalist and author of several fiction titles, as well as past book columnist for Glamour. Her popular blog includes brief, witty reviews of new and classic fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for adults and children. It is also home to the "Delete Key Awards" for the year’s worst writing in books, and the "Totally Unauthorized Reading Group Guides."
Classic Children's Bookshttp://familyliteracy2.blogspot.com
Dedicated to encouraging strong family relationships through reading and playing together. You'll find book reviews & giveaways for books, educational items, games & puzzles. We are PR friendly for family friendly items. Thanks!
Mymcbooks Blog is one of the best blog on the web as its goal is to “make learning interesting and fun” for the children. Mymcbooks provides books and gifts to children free through school supplies, Mymcbooks Birthday Library Program and giveaways. We not only provide free books to children but also review children/teen books.
Books for Boyshttp://boysbookblog.wordpress.com
Book recommendations for boys, from the Library Guy in the Children's Department of the Decatur Public Library, in Decatur, Illinois. The blog covers everything from picture books for little guys to big-ol' Harry-Potter-size books for bigger guys.
This is a blog written by a mother and daughter team about the books they read together. Primarily we review children's books (from board books up to the age of 12 years) and I also write up reviews of author and illustrator talks, thoughts about literacy stories in the news and anything and everything to do with children's books.
A Thousand Wrongshttp://1000wrongs.blogspot.com
A Thousand Wrongs offers weekly (sometimes daily) giveaways, reviews, and author interviews spotlighting the very best in today's children's and teen fiction. Some of the blog's regular features include Middle Grade Monday and Fantasy Friday. At fantasy author Laurisa White Reyes' official blog, there's always a chance to win some awesome books and to add new titles to your TBR! Come on by!
Kids Corner for Super Readinghttp://www.superreadingkids.blogspot.com
I have a blog that I share with my four boys( twins-9 years old, a 7 year old, and a 3 year old) and we review books they have read, books I read to them, in hopes you might find something you like for your child.
Lollipops and Bookshttp://lollipopsandbooks.blogspot.com
Children's books ages 2-11 years, Middle Age readers, tips on getting struggling readers to read, great homeschooling literacy programs, children's author interviews, guestpost as well as super fun giveaways for books and literacy programs!