I.N.K. It in!

On May 1, 2008, the I.N.K. (Interesting Non-Fiction for Kids) blog crew will be hosting a live chat to talk about author visits. Be sure to stop by Friday evening, 8:PM to 9:PM (Eastern Daylight Time). This work by Reading Tub is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 US License

April Carnival of Literature

The April Carnival of Children’s Literature is now available at Ellsworth’s Journal. The carnivals are a monthly event, sometimes with a theme. In this case, Children’s LIterature bloggesr submit a favorite post, and a host (this month Ellsworth’s Journal) collects them into one place. This month’s ever-so-fun theme is children’s literature societies. Check it out here.

Reading Round-up

Authors Bring Books to Life. Kim Norman has created a data base of authors who do site visits. The best part: they’re organized by state! This list is a great resource for educators and librarians. Where I found it: World of Words. el Dia de los Ninos (Children’s Day). The National Center for Family Literacy has launched a new free family literacy resource available in Spanish in time for el Dia de los Ninos (Children’s Day). Where I found it: International Reading Association’s Reading Today Daily Let Your Voice Be Heard! Whether you’re an author/illustrator, publisher, or reader, head over to Children’s Book Poll Central to cast your vote on topics relevant to children’s books and reading. Where I found … Read more