The Reading Tub had the honor of hosting the March Carnival of Children’s Literature this month. With spring officially here, we decided to make it a picnic! Jump in … and please leave a comment. We’d love to know what you thought. You can also check out the blogroll to learn about the April Carnival.
Splash! Welcome to the March Carnival of children’s literature! It is quite a big leap from February to March. It is a time of transition and opposites: we have blustery days and warm days, holidays and hooky days, longer days and shorter nights, and maybe just maybe, no more snow days! It is the wind who speaks first (and loudest) in March, reminding us that he is not quite ready to give the stage to Spring. Winnie-the-Pooh loves a blustery day, and Tea Party Girl takes us to Pooh Corner as she asks us Do You Seek a Very Nearly Tea or a Proper Tea? It seems these early March afternoons are made for a cup of tea or cocoa, … Read more
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