- Maggy @ Red Ted Art’s Blog encourages her young son to “get crafty” with her iPhone camera, and she reviews the perfect go-along book for their week of photojournalism: Diary of a Wombat. This is a really fun post!
- Bluerose @ Bluerose’s Heart enjoyed a trip to the library with her young son and found a couple of preschool books that he enjoyed: Come Down Now, Flying Cow! and the immortal Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? This is Bluerose’s first time to participate in RAT, so stop by and make her feel welcome!
- Annette @ Live, Learn, Love reviews the hilarious title Big Chickens Fly the Coop. This one sounds like a hoot!
- Janet @ Across the Page reviews an eclectic group of books she has been enjoying with her girls in a post entitled “Winged Steeds, Mockingbirds, and British Chieftains.” It’s a good one.
- Alice @ Supratentorial highlights several books about storms. Storms are a topic we’ve dealt with a lot in the last couple of months here in the South, and some of Alice’s picks look like they might be bibliotherapeutic! I’ll be watching for some of these titles.
- Books 4 Learning reviews the Little Quack series, the Stella series, and for older readers, a book by Michael Jordan’s mother, Michael’s Golden Rules.
- Amanda @ Nursery Rhymes and Fun Times highlights a couple of snuggly picture books by Liza Baker. If you have little ones, be sure to check out her post!
- Mouseprints @ Thick and Thin Things reviews her girls’ new favorite book, Ivy + Bean. This looks like a series the little girls of the House of Hope would love!
- RockerMom @ The Linton Academy writes about a trio of books they’ve enjoyed this week: Officer Buckle and Gloria, The Elves and the Shoemaker, and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
- Beth @ Weavings reviews a Holling C. Holling title, Pagoo. I’m so excited to learn that the author of Paddle to the Sea has quite a few more books to his credit! Thanks, Beth!
- Rebecca @ The Joy of Literacy writes about a wonderful counting boardbook, Feast for Ten. I’m not familiar with this book, but it looks like a winner! If you click over to Rebecca’s post, be sure to read the comments–the author of Feast for Ten offers some great (and funny!) suggestions for updating this 1993 volume.
- In honor of National Ocean Month, Janelle @ Brimful Curiosities highlights a fantastic informational book, Star of the Sea. As always, Janelle includes a great art activity, as well.
Have a great weekend, everyone!
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