Interactive Reader


This blog encourages young people to get involved with their literature, commenting on and discussing favorite contemporary releases.

Elizabeth's Children's Books Blog


Elizabeth helps you to sort through the inundation of amazing titles out there for kids and make the best purchases.

Jen Robinson


"Promoting the love of books by children" is the primary focus of Jen, as well as "the continued reading of children's books by adults."

Links I Shared on Twitter this Week: Read Across America Day, #JoyOfReading + #STEM
by Jen Robinson over 2 years ago
Growing Bookworms Newsletter: World Read Aloud Day 2016
by Jen Robinson over 2 years ago

The Reading Zone


Sarah is a 6th grade Language Arts teacher who strives to instill a love of reading and writing in her students. An avid bibliophile, Sara reads and reviews the books she adds to her classroom library on her blog in order to help fellow teachers, parents, and students choose the perfect book.

Weekly Diigo Posts (weekly)
by thereadingzone over 2 years ago
Weekly Diigo Posts (weekly)
by thereadingzone over 2 years ago

Cody the Cavalier or Jamie Cosley :)


Cody the Cavalier is an all ages webcomic that updates every week. I have over 200 strips online after starting in Sept. of 2010 - what began as a loving tribute to "Ziggy" has evolved into an adventure strip featuring lots of crazy characters (including my son Tyler and daughter Ava:)

over 2 years ago
over 2 years ago

Meaning Matters


Guiding the development of young readers through the use of meaningful literacy experiences This blog is perfect for parents and teachers that want to create meaningful experiences for young children learning to read and write

Meaning Matters


A site to inspire and educate Early Childhood Educators in the areas of literacy. Weekly blogs posted on topics ranging from assessment to story telling.

Storytime ABC'S


Storytime ABC'S is a place to find fun, engaging ideas to help encourage your child to connect with books and enjoy reading together on a daily basis ~ through Activities, Books, Crafts, and Snacks (ABC'S). Your family will enjoy exploring such child-friendly topics as Bugs, Princesses, Pirates, Farms, Dinosaurs, and more! Have fun and HAPPY READING TOGETHER!

Not a Flannel Friday ~ A Little Frozen Fun in Summer!
by Storytime Fun almost 4 years ago
Leprechaun Fun with Colors!
by Storytime Fun over 4 years ago

Kinderbear Blogger


I am a kindergarten teacher with a passion for literacy.

Chalkboard Champions


In this blog I write about books that share the fascinating life stories of remarkable teachers, both in the present and in history. I am a teacher/librarian at a high school, but the material could be appropriate for college-level readers. I am also a published author.

Cute Peach


A general book blog that mostly covers adult fiction and children's books but includes just about every genre.

C.C. Koen


Thanks for visiting my interactive romance blog. Each month I'll post a topic I'm hoping you'll contribute to. There will be a mix of genre-specific and real-life content to keep the discussions going. I would like this site to become yours too, so pull up a seat. Grab a java, tea or wine and comment…

Katherine's Corner


Katherine's Corner is a blog about books, featuring book reviews, author interviews and random bookish thoughts. The books that I review are mostly Indie, but I am open to recommendations. My review policy and contact information can also be found on my blog. Hope you like it, and feel free to pop in for a chat!

The Chocolate Lady's Book Reviews


Davida Chazan's blog for book reviews of literary, contemporary and historical fiction with some non-fiction (and literary musings) thrown in.

A Crave For Books


This is where you will find me babbling about absolutely everything....but most of all I love books! They are an amazing place to escape to once in a while. So you will find reviews as well non stop nonsense on life. Favourite quote by Oscar Wilde “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”

Room With Books


A blog supporting authors by introducing new books to new readers.

A Tapestry of Words


I have a Master's degree in speech-language pathology, an addiction to chocolate and a love of reading. My blog focuses on YA books, although I sometimes review adult ones as well. I read a variety of genres within YA, including fantasy, realistic fiction, dystopian, and historical, and I will also admit to a fondness for some classics (like Jane Austen!). I'm also always on the lookout for books with a mental health/psychological aspect.

read that also


A book review blog, ready to read and review interesting books in diverse genres