Children’s Literacy and Reading News Roundup – January in review

Y gad! I need a proofreader. Thanks Susan Stephenson … The end-of-October JANUARY! edition of the Children’s Literacy and Reading News Roundup brought to you by Jen Robinson’s Book Page, Family Bookshelf, and Quietly is now available at Carol’s blog Quietly. “January as always has been a month of great anticipation and excitement…” That just about sums up the month, don’t you think? From the just-announced  ALA Youth Media Awards to the yet-to-come School Library Journal’s Battle of the Kids’ Books and CYBILS, the joy of all things reading just keeps on keeping on. Literacy and Reading News In the Literacy & Reading Programs and Research section, Carol highlights several articles about reading with children. The idea of adding “Omega 3” supplements was interesting, and I’m sure will be open … Read more

Literacy Lalapalooza 4 – I ❤ Creative Literacy

Creative literacy for families means finding ways to add learning to everyday activities. The monthly Literacy Lalapalooza shows you how. Each edition draws on holidays and events relevant to that month. Read more