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.
About Site - Multicultural Children’s books are Books that contain characters of color, as well as characters that represent a minority point of view. Books that share ideas, stories, and information about cultures, race, religion, language, and traditions. Books that embrace our world, and offer children new ways to connect to a diverse and richer world.
Site - books4yourkids.com
About Site - I believe that reading the right book can be a transformative experience. As a mother, former longtime bookseller and ardent reader of children's literature, I want to help kids start their reading journey on the right path. Insightful reviews and excellent suggestions of similar titles will ensure that readers are never without a good book in hand.
Site - readitdaddy.blogspot.com
About Site - YABA Award-Winning Book bloggers for your busy little (and not so little) ones. Dad (old enough to know better) and Daughter (young enough to be a smarty pants) take a look at the best and brightest children's picture books, chapter books, YA and comics and loads of other great kids stuff
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.
Site - blog.lovereading4kids.co.uk
About Site - Lovereading 4 Kids Updates from the world of children's books - news reviews and free extracts on the best children's books. Our mission is to provide parents with the tools to get their kids reading!
Site - nosycrow.com/blog
About Site - Nosy Crow is an award-winning independent children's book and app publisher. We began publishing child-focused, parent-friendly children’s books and apps in January 2011 with the aim of creating books and apps that encourage children to read for pleasure.
About Site - The Children's Book Academy is an online school that has both highly interactive mentored courses with tons of individual attention and a proven pedagogy of pleasure as well as instant access courses.
Site - charlesbridge.com/blogs/news
About Site - Charlesbridge publishes high-quality books for children, with a goal of creating lifelong readers and lifelong learners. Our books encourage reading and discovery in the classroom, library, and home. We believe that books for children should offer accurate information, promote a positive worldview, and embrace a child's innate sense of wonder and fun.
Site - readkiddoread.com/blog
About Site - Read Kid Do Read which helps parents and educators connect their children with the books that will turn them into lifelong readers—is his latest innovation in this area.
Site - blog.picturebookmakers.com
About Site - Welcome to the Picturebook Makers blog – where some of the world’s finest picturebook authors and illustrators take you behind the scenes. Our goal is to provide an interesting and inspiring resource for publishing professionals, illustration students and graduates, and anyone else with a passion for picturebooks and a curiosity about the different approaches taken to make them.
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.
Site - playingbythebook.net
About Site - Reviews of children's books and the crazy, fun stuff they inspire us to do. Here I spread the word about brilliant books for kids and young people, and to connect with others who are passionate about reading, stories, illustration, and all the things which can come between the covers of a book. Blog by Zoe Toft.
Site - jumpintoabook.com
About Site - Jump into a Book is a site about the love of children’s books and how they can incorporate them into our everyday lives through play, crafting, cooking, movies, games, traveling and author visits. At JIAB, we strive to pull books off shelves and stories off pages to create reading experiences for families.
Site - storytimemagazine.com/news
About Site - Storytime is the UK's favourite illustrated monthly story magazine for kids aged 3 to 8. It's filled with classic fairy tales, myths and legends, folk tales, fables, poems and rhymes, stories from around the world and tales from today. Read the Storytime Blog for top tips and advice on boosting your child's literacy, reading for pleasure, and news and insights on the world of stories.
Site - orangemarmaladebooks.com
About Site - I’m a mom to four awesome people who are now working and traveling and studying in various places. I’ve loved books since I was a toddler in the 60’s, and I’ve never outgrown my love of great children’s literature.
Site - childrensbooksdaily.com
About Site - A community of people who believe in the wonder of children's and YA literature, and the importance of reading daily with children. This is a space where you’ll find information and tips on Fitting daily reading with your children into your life in a way that makes it enjoyable for all, Guidance on defining, choosing, and finding quality children’s books, Reviews of children’s books old and new.
Site - itsfundamental.info
About Site - My name is Crystal, and I help parents find the right books for every stage of their children’s lives. For eight years I was known as Ms. Crystal to classrooms full of preschoolers. I’ve worked in education since 2005, and most of that time has been spent in early childhood education. I love working with young kids, and seeing the passion they have for learning new things.
Site - kidlit411.com
About Site - Your one stop information shop for children's writers and illustrators. Our goal is to organize relevant information about writing and illustrating for children in one handy spot, right here.
Site - barringtonstoke.co.uk/blog
About Site - Barrington Stoke specialises in ‘cracking reading’, publishing super-readable children’s books that break down the barriers that can stop kids getting into reading.
About Site - A quick browse through the site will show you that we do this through vibrant illustrations, quirky and careful child-friendly words, and a sprinkle of humour.
Site - thebookchook.com
About Site - Here in Australia, it’s what lots of us call a hen. It rhymes with book. As a Kindergarten teacher, I was a real mother hen, who loved reading aloud to my chicks. The Book Chook blog shares snippets I discover from the wonderful world and words of kids’ literacy, learning and literature. I'm passionate about helping kids read, write and create, and love to create, find and share useful educational
Site - thebrownbookshelf.com
About Site - The Brown Bookshelf is designed to push awareness of the myriad Black voices writing for young readers. Our flagship initiative is 28 Days Later, a month-long showcase of the best in Picture Books, Middle Grade, and Young Adult novels written and illustrated by Black creators.
Site - randomlyreading.blogspot.com
New York, NY
About Site - My name is Alex. I have been an avid reader since I was four, thanks to my parents. I prefer historical fiction, but will read anything if it is good. I am a former NYC public school teacher (4th grade) and now I am working on an annotated bibliography of books written for your readers set in World War II, which just keeps growing.
About Site - Mum-to-3, wife-to-1 and a self-confessed picture book geek. I truly believe that picture books are not just for children and I hope some of these books I share with you, will open your mind to the love of a good picture book. My aim is to share my own views on picture books old and new and hopefully inspire you to try something new along the way.
Site - blbooks.blogspot.com
About Site - Becky from Becky's Book Reviews, Young Readers, and and Operation Actually Read Bible. I love reading. Always have, always will. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are mine and mine alone.
Site - kid-lit-reviews.com
About Site - Reviews of newly released children's and middle grade books. These are books for kids from birth to age 13. Many fantastic books not on the main radar. Also autor interviews, guest posts, and contest/giveaways.
Site - jabberworks.livejournal.com
About Site - Illustrator and writer Sarah McIntyre is easy to spot in her pointy glasses and hats. Sometimes she writes and draws picture books and comics herself, sometimes she illustrates books for other people, including Giles Andreae, Alan MacDonald, Gillian Rogerson, Anne Cottringer and Claire Freedman.
Site - storysnug.com
About Site - Story Snug recommends books rather than review them so that our blog followers know that when a book is on Story Snug we have personally read it and enjoyed it. Story Snug’s main critic is six years old, if she likes a book it goes on the blog, if not then it doesn’t. The only exception to this is the books that are recommended on our author / illustrator guest posts.
Site - medinger.wordpress.com
About Site - In 2006 I started this blog to write about teaching, my life’s work; literature, especially that created for children; history, especially as it is taught to and learned by children; Africa, especially Sierra Leone where I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer; and other sundry topics as they come to my attention.
Site - maginationpress.apabooks.org
About Site - Magination Press is the children’s book imprint of the American Psychological Association, a scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States and around the world. Most of our books are written by mental health professionals or those who work closely children and teens.
Site - joanholub.com/news
About Site - Hi, I am Joan Holub. I write full time and have written and/or illustrated over 150 children's books. I hope my books are so interesting and entertaining that kids can almost see the action, like a movie playing in their heads.
Site - mundiekids.blogspot.com
About Site - Kidlit Promoters| Sharing our love of childrens & MG books, 1 book at a time. A YA & Children's book promoter, as well as a Cassandra Clare fansite. We bring you the latest book reviews, book news, author news as well as TMI TV show news, Blog Tours, Cover Reveals, Giveaway, Live Author Chats and more.
Site - floweringminds.wordpress.com
SF Bay Area, CA
About Site - I’m a children’s writer. On my blog you can find picture book reviews, author interviews, the latest in South Asian kidlit, and more.
Site - addisonreads.com/posts
About Site - Teaching parents how to build an intentional bookshelf for their families that reflect their core values & genuine interests. Read the book, shop our book packages get inspired to be an intentional, purposeful and mindful parent by using children's books as your guide.
Site - minervareads.com
About Site - I am a writer, children’s reading for pleasure consultant, and an editor. I trained as a journalist, then worked as an editor at a major publishing house for seven years, before leaving to have children. I have since freelanced: writing and editing reviews, readers’ notes, articles, magazines and books, and since 2014, this blog.
About Site - I’m Helen. I’m a mom, a clinical social worker, a lifelong book lover, and the creator of Butterfly Books. Butterfly Books has two separate parts, both of which come from my passion for books and for growing a love of reading in children.
Site - thepicturebookreview.com
About Site - I started The Picture Book Review in 2012. I started this blog because I wanted to talk to people about the picture books we were reading and especially about books that were appealing to my son. Here you will find Reviews of Children's Board Books, Picture Books, Activity Books, and Graphic Novels.
Site - nonfictiondetectives.com
About Site - Louise is youth service manager in a public library & Cathy is a school librarian. Two intrepid librarians review the best nonfiction books for children
Site - kidsbookaday.com
About Site - My name is Janet Dawson, and I am the K-8 librarian at six schools (two middle and four elementary) in the Hampden–Wilbraham Regional School District, Massachusetts. Every day, I post a review of a book published in 2017. I choose books that I have personally enjoyed, that I feel would be useful in an elementary classroom, and most of all, that I think children would like.
Site - sarahwebb.info/blog
About Site - Sarah Webb is an award winning children's book champion and writer for both children and adults. She has written eleven bestselling novels for adults including Always the Bridesmaid, The Shoestring Club and The Memory Box.
About Site - A blog which offers book reviews for young people of preschool to high school ages by a children's librarian with decades of experience in reading guidance.
Site - allibrydon.com/blog
About Site - Alli Brydon Creative is an independent children's book editorial and writing business started by Alli Brydon, a children's book professional with 15 years of experience. Having worked as both an acquiring editor and an agent for children's book authors and illustrators, she brings a unique blend of skills to all projects.
Site - scbwiaustralianz.com
Australia & New Zealand
About Site - The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators is the international professional organisation for writers and illustrators of children's literature since 1971.
About Site - I'm the wife of one and the mother of two. A northern California girl living in Idaho. I'm a tired mom who loves to read. I have a BA in English and a Certificate in Technical Writing. I do freelance editing and transcription at home part time.
Site - librarymice.com
About Site - I am based in the South West of England, I am a school librarian by profession, a mum of two, and I have a personal interest in children’s literature, with particular interests in picture books and teen fiction.
Site - overflowinglibrary.com
About Site - Hi, I am Kirsty. I started this site in 2010 as a way for me to document my vast amounts of reading because I was struggling to keep track. I mostly review YA titles because I still have the brain of a teenager but I will dip into adult and middle grade fiction and love a good crafty book. I do not get paid for reviews hosted on this site.
About Site - Hi, I am Marya Jansen-Gruber. I am the editor for Through the Looking Glass Book Review.I created this blog in an effort to share some of my finds with you, and I hope it will make your journey in the world of children's literature more enjoyable. Every month I post reviews, interviews, a
Site - wildrosereader.blogspot.com
About Site - I worked as an elementary school teacher for more than three decades and as a school librarian for three years. I also taught a children's literature course at Boston University from 2002-2008. I am now retired and write poetry for children.
Site - books4learning.blogspot.com
About Site - I have been a teacher (from preschool age to college level) in some capacity for over 20 years. I am currently a college English instructor. I teach (or have taught) college composition, world literature, children's literature, and creative writing.
Site - zero-to-eight.blogspot.com
About Site - Becky from Becky's Book Reviews, Young Readers, and and Operation Actually Read Bible. I love reading. Always have, always will. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are mine and mine alone. They do not necessarily reflect the opinions of my friends, family, or other group affiliations.
Site - cwillbc.wordpress.com
About Site - This is the blog for CWILL BC – Children’s Writers and Illustrators of British Columbia Society . Here you will find CWILL BC news and events announcements as well as articles relating to CWILL BC and the writing and illustration of children’s literature.
About Site - I belong to the Writers in Schools programme, talk at seminars and book evenings, run creative writing workshops, do online tutoring for NZ Writers College and write a blog on Children's war books.
Site - bookloverjo.wordpress.com
About Site - I am a mum to 2 girls and we are all slightly obsessed with books. I spend my days as a Primary School Librarian looking for great books to recommend to encourage children to read for pleasure. I try to read a wide variety of primary fiction books so that I can find personal recommendations for individual children.
Site - wandaluthman.wordpress.com
Brevard County, FL
About Site - Wanda Luthman' is an author of Children's Books. A Blog dedicated to encouraging good character in children through quality literature.
Site - booktalker.blogspot.com
About Site - One thing I really love to do is read. And I read mostly children's literature. And I talk about it too! Librarian Nancy Keane has a website and podcast about booktalks in addition to her blog.
About Site - Hi, I’m Sam, and welcome to Childtastic Books! This blog originally started as a collaboration between me and my daughter, Holly, as a way of reviewing children’s books from a parent’s and child’s perspective. We’d always give an honest opinion and would often disagree with each other – tactfully, of course!
Site - sdsuchildlit.blogspot.com
San Diego State University
About Site - ChildLit Grad Student Association at SDSU brings together those passionate about Children's Lit through the events, the Unjournal and more!
Site - readertotz.blogspot.com
About Site - Lorie Ann Grover and Joan Holub, cofounders of readertotz, call for The Dorothy Kunhardt Award for Outstanding Board or Novelty Book, to be awarded yearly by The American Library Association in honor of the creator of the first board book, Pat the Bunny.
About Site - Flat Stanley was sent to our farm here in Massachusetts, by our granddaughter Alexa, as part of a school project. Subscribe and Nana will send you an email whenever a new adventure is posted. Please tell your friends; kids love to keep up on the silly things Flat Stanley does!
Site - latibookblog.blogspot.com
About Site - The Kid's Book Blog is updated and maintained by the youth services staff of St. Mary's County Library. This is a readers advisory blog for children's picture books. Each entry features a cover image and blurb about the book, as well as special interest labels.
Site - theracetoread.wordpress.com
About Site - I’m Karen Sands-O’Connor, a professor of children’s literature and a mom in a multiracial family. In both these parts of my life, I’ve found that children’s books often have the capacity to talk about race in ways that we don’t–or can’t–talk about it anywhere else. This blog will focus on some of the books, people, and ideas that help or hinder children from talking about race.
Site - kidsbooksnz.blogspot.com
About Site - I'm a Primary teacher that's escaped the classroom so I can write children's books full-time. I'm also passionate about promoting books written by New Zealand authors.
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