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Children’s Book Tuesday and A Guest Post!

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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?

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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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