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Top 10 Children’s Literature Books

“There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” — Walt Disney Children’s literature books are a wonderful way to encourage kids to continue reading as they get older.  These books often contain more pages and an in-depth storyline that will captivate young readers’ interest, chapter after chapter. Today we’re here to share 10…

Lingo Likes: What Should I Read Next?

A place to gather your favorite books into one place can help parents and educators find great books for kids, as well as the best books for teens and tweens. Lingo flies all over the Internet to find the best learning sites and tools for kids, parents and educators alike – that’s why today’s site Lingo likes is whatshouldIreadnext.com.  Here’s…

Read Across America!

“The imaginations of children across the country are ignited when they open up a good book.” – Dennis Van Roekel, NEA President Today we celebrate National Read Across America Day!  In observance of Dr. Seuss’ (Theodor Geisel’s) birthday on March 2nd, we unite to spark imagination and creativity in our youth by providing motivation through our online reading program, great…

What are your favorite books for kids?

  We asked on Twitter: What are your favorite books to read to kids? Here’s what Jesse Wilson, a dad, children’s author and teacher had to say about his love for children’s books! Do you consider yourself an avid reader? I am, indeed, an avid reader. I love reading so much I have an ongoing fantasy of this enormous snowstorm…

Celebrate National Reading Day!

As children learn how to read, encouragement helps build the foundation needed to create a lifelong reader.  Today we join hands with thousands of parents, teachers and education enthusiasts from all walks of life to celebrate National Reading Day! About National Reading Day: National Reading Day puts the spotlight on children in Pre-K through Third Grade to help bring awareness…

Lingo Likes: Reading Great Books for Kids!

When Lingo isn’t teaching kids to read, the famous Reading Kingdom owl can sometimes be found surfing the web looking for great websites related to education and family.  This week’s site Lingo likes is The Center for the book in the Library of Congress.  Here’s more about them from their website: “Starting in 1984, the Center for the Book in…