Children’s Book Tuesday and A Guest Post!


You know what they say – if you can’t find what you’re looking for, just make it! The Ginger Mom has been linking up with the #ChildrensBookTuesday hashtag on Twitter for a few weeks now but we wanted to give bloggers a place to come link up their favorite KidLit books. We searched for a meme or weekly link-up but just couldn’t find what we were looking for . . . so we made our own! The hashtag is the same but you can now link your #ChildrensBookTuesday posts right here on the Ginger Mom blog!

Our topic for this first week is to share one of your favorite KidLit books with us! It could be a favorite from your childhood or one that you love reading to your own children. You can link up reviews, social media posts . . . anything, as long as it is KidLit related.

How to link? Follow the little blue froggy . . .

Want to know more about reading to active little monkeys? Anky was sweet enough to host us on her blog today! The topic?


Oh yeah, we’ve all been there, right? Here’s a little sneak peak at what we’ll be talking about today . . .

I talk about books with everyone. Moms, dads, friends, teachers. Anyone. Even coworkers or friends who never really found the love of reading. And when you talk to a parent about reading to their child, many times there are reasons why they don’t do it. Justifications for why it just isn’t at the top of their priorities.

And I get it. As a mom, I understand. Life is hectic. Kids don’t sit still. And in the grand scheme of things, is reading to your child before (or outside of) school really that important? Yes, I believe it is.

Stop by Anky’s blog for the rest of the post!

Happy #ChildrensBookTuesday!


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