National Reading Month and Mom’s Library #35

Did you know that March is National Reading Month and March 7th is World Book Day?  It’s all about reading today!  I am featuring children’s book reviews, activities, and tools that will keep you reading all month long as well as a Giveaway to celebrate this awesome month!



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This week’s featured posts…

Dr. Seuss Inspired Things That Go

Celebrate the famous author with 10 fun ideas.  This series will inspire you to read, explore, and just go!

Learning with Monsters Inc

Do your kids like Monsters?  Check out these Monster themed books, activities, and more!

My Book Boost

You can spend hours at the library looking for great books your kids can read.  My Book Boost helps you pick out the perfect books for your child.  This saves you a lot of time!

Ancient China

Explore Ancient China through this list of books, printables, videos, and more!

Science with Marvin and Milo

Check out a sampling of science experiments from this book of 45 easy Kid Science activities!

Celtic & Irish Folktales for Kids

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with some great picture books.  I can’t wait to check out the Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde.

7 Spring Themed Books for Kids

Usher in the new season with some bright and cheerful Spring Books.

Booking Across America: West Virginia

Have you heard about the Booking Across America project?  50 bloggers from across the country collaborated to bring you books and activities for all 50 states!  If you aren’t from West Virginia, scroll down to the bottom of the page to see all 50 links.

Spelling Success

I am a horrible speller.  I don’t want my children to be behind like I was.  Spelling city sounds like a great solution.

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  1. says

    Love the party! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity! I so miss my girl when they were younger. We loved all those books and reading time. It is fun though, now as teens they have distinct favorites and they take them when they go babysit!

    Have a super week!

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