Children's Book RSS Feeds
Site - kids-bookreview.com
About Site - Kids Book Review is a voluntary children's literature and book review which works with authors, illustrators and publishers Australia-wide and internationally. We cover news, reviews, interviews, articles, guest posts, events, specialist literacy articles and much more, attracting readers from all over the world including teachers, librarians, industry professionals and parents and kids.
Site - kidlit.com
About Site - Kidlit.com is an ongoing project for the passionate community of people who read and write children's literature. My name is Mary Kole. I was a literary agent for six years with the Andrea Brown Literary Agency and Movable Type Management.
Site - slj.com
New York, NY
About Site - School Library Journal (SLJ) is the world's largest and most authoritative reviewer of children's and young adult material-from books and audio to video and digital content. In addition to its reviews, SLJ (the magazine, its website, and enewsletters) offers feature stories, news, columns, and departments to help its readers excel in serving children and teens.
Site - hbook.com
Boston, MA USA
About Site - The Horn Book Magazine and The Horn Book Guide are the most distinguished journals in the field of children's and young adult literature and the core of our company. Founded in 1924 by Bertha Mahony to herald the best in children's literature, more than eighty-five years later, we are still following her lead.
Site - thechildrensbookreview.com
About Site - The Children's Book Review, named one of the ALSC (Association for Library Service to Children) Great Web Sites for Kids, is a resource devoted to children's literature and literacy. We publish reviews and book lists of the best books for kids of all ages. We also produce author and illustrator interviews and share literacy based articles that help parents, grandparents, caregivers & teachers .
Site - chroniclebooks.com/blog
About Site - Chronicle Books is an independent publisher based in San Francisco that has been making things since the Summer of Love. We are inspired by the enduring magic of books, and by sparking the passions of others.
Site - blog.leeandlow.com
New York, NY
About Site - LEE & LOW BOOKS an independent children's book publisher specializing in diversity. It is the company's goal to meet the need for stories that children of color can identify with and that all children can enjoy. A blog on race, diversity, education, and children's books.
Site - jkrbooks.typepad.com
San Jose, CA
About Site - This blog helps parents, teachers, and librarians to nurture young readers, through tips, research results, and recommended children's and young adult books.
Site - mrschureads.blogspot.com
About Site - I am a part-time lecturer at Rutgers University and the Ambassador of School Libraries for Scholastic. I work diligently to put the right book in every child's hand. Book trailers are one way to connect readers with books. (All opinions shared are on own.)
Site - taralazar.com
New Jersey (not Joisey)
About Site - Street magic performer. Hog-calling champion. Award-winning ice sculptor. These are all things Tara Lazar has never been. Instead, she writes quirky, humorous picture books featuring magical places that everyone will want to visit.
Site - barnesandnoble.com/blog/kids
New York, NY
About Site - Barnes & Noble's online bookstore for books, NOOK ebooks & magazines. Barnes & Noble.com is a wholly owned subsidiary of Barnes & Noble, Inc., a publicly traded company listed on the NYSE under the symbol 'BKS.'
Site - alsc.ala.org/blog
About Site - The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) is a network of more than 4,000 children's and youth librarians, children's literature experts, publishers, education and library school faculty members, and other adults committed to improving and ensuring the future of the nation through exemplary library service to children, their families, and others who work with children.
About Site - Our vision for this blog, founded in August 2006, was pretty simple: We planned to talk about the books we read. And we did. We read lots of different kinds of books. And we wrote about them, whenever we could, in the hopes that we could a) let you, the reader, know about a book that you might like to read, too, and b) inspire discussion about said books.