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Book Lust

http://storms.typepad.com/booklust/

Patricia Storms is an illustrator and cartoonist specializing in children's and humor illustrations. This blog serves as a place for her many musings on books, cartoons and everything else that art encompasses. A great blog for anybody interested in children's books and/or cartoons/illustrations.



Chronicles of Claudette

http://chroniclesofclaudette.com

Make way for Claudette the giant slayer in this delightful, fantastical adventure! Claudette’s fondest wish is to slay a giant. But her village is so safe and quiet! What’s a future giant slayer to do? With her best friend Marie (an aspiring princess), and her brother Gaston (a pastry-chef-to-be), Claudette embarks on a super-secret quest to find a giant—without parental permission. Can they find and defeat the giant before their parents find them and drag them back home?   Giants Beware! offers up a wondrous, self-contained world in the tradition of the very best of Pixar. Claudette and her friends will have you laughing out loud from page one.  

Happy Tenth Birthday, First Second!
by Jorge over 1 year ago
If you haven’t read our books yet…
by Jorge almost 2 years ago

Wishful Thinking

http://www.fictionflaire.blogspot.com

Wishful Thinking was founded in 2011 by Varsha Dinesh, student and aspiring author, to promote good Young Adult literature- both print and e-book- and offers book cover designing services as well as reviews for independently or self-published books.

Guest Post: Hellbounce by Matthew W Harrill
by Varsha Dinesh about 3 years ago
Review: Night Film by Marisha Pessl
by Varsha Dinesh over 3 years ago

Life Interlaced

http://www.lifeinterlaced.com

Life Interlaced is a lifestyle blog about a children's librarian who is thriving to balance her personal and professional lives. I am so glad you could join me on my quest for personal style, professional excellence and overall well-roundedness (yes, I just made up that word)!


YA Litwit

http://yalitwit.blogspot.com

News, reviews, giveaways, author interviews, and book tours. Primarily Young Adult literature, with the occasional review of a Middle Grade or Adult crossover title.


Words Like Silver

http://wordslikesilver.com

Words Like Silver is a YA book blog run by a fourteen-year-old bibliophile who wants to go into the publishing industry when she is older. Her passion for books and writing and maturity come across in her blog and make hers one to watch.

Top Ten Blog Confessions
by wlsgrace over 3 years ago
Top Ten Blog Confessions
by wlsgrace over 3 years ago


Best Books For Children

http://www.book.co.uk

The best books for children. A guide to different genres of childrens books giving you plenty of new ideas on which books to buy next.

Best Cookery Books For Children
by admin almost 2 years ago
Best Bath Books For Babies And Children
by admin about 4 years ago


Antonisha's Books

http://antonishasbooks.blogspot.com

I want to encourage and help children learn to love reading and help parents promote reading in the household.



D. Renee Bagby Presents YA First Chapters

http://ya.drb1stchp.com

A blog dedicated to excerpting the entire first chapter of young adult / teenlit titles every day. Come out and be hooked from the very first chapter.


Alice in Baker Street

http://alice-peregrinations.blogspot.com

An undergraduate's musings on children's literature, publishing, art (especially illustration), sometimes film and occasionally a few tidbits on education, especially the homeschool variety.


The Secret DMS Files of Fairday Morrow

http://thesecretdmsfilesoffairdaymorrow.blogspot.com

What we're all about on Fairday's Blog! Fairday's Riddles are posted on Mondays- they can be written about anything, and everything, all at the same time : ) Lizzy's Book Reviews are posted on Wednesdays. Lizzy has read just about every middle grade novel out there, and she loves to share her thoughts and, of course, her opinions. The Top of the Heap is a post we put up on Thursdays. We thought it would be fun once a week to put up two things that we appreciate and have been thinking about during the week. I enjoy doing this post because I love the google hunt for the perfect image to accompany the topic of discussion. Margo's Musings Fridays belong to Margo, Fairday's little sister. This post focuses on reviewing local children's book authors, which we follow up with an Author Interview. The DMS Wants to Know was a post we came up with for Saturdays because when we get together to hang out on the weekend, we always chat about different situations and ideas that are floating around in our brains and we like to listen to what other people think about them- some of the comments we've gotten have been absolutely fascinating! We'd love to hear yours : )

Interview with Donna Galanti
by DMS over 2 years ago
What Will Happen Once the Lightning Starts Flashing?
by DMS over 2 years ago

Slush Sleuth

http://slushsleuth.blogspot.com

Slush Sleuth is run by Kelsey, a Big Apple dweller and Random House intern. The blog is dedicated to her YA reads and misadventures in publishing.





I Like These Books

http://www.ilikethesebooks.com

I Like These Books specializes in anything related to Young Adult literature: reviews, giveaways, interviews, you name it. ILTB is also the inventor and co-host of the Standalone Reading Challenge and the Reading Road-Trip.