I had to copy the Scholastic one off their Instagram page, so the image is a bit small. Hope you and your kids get to polish off some reading this month.
The first Friday of the month finds me blogging at Christian Children’s Authors. Today’s topic is summer reading programs. You can find my post at http://christianchildrensauthors.com/2017/06/02/summer-reading-programs
Children’s Book Week is a national celebration of books and reading that was founded in 1919. Libraries and bookstores around the United States hold all kinds of events in honor of Children’s Book Week. To find out more, visit http://www.bookweekonline.com/
Here are a couple events in Massachusetts:
World Book Day celebrates the joy and value of books and reading, especially for children. Nurseries, schools and libraries across the UK celebrate World Book Day on the first Thursday in March. For more information, please visit: http://www.worldbookday.com/
“Since 1919, Children’s Book Week has been celebrated countrywide with author & illustrator appearances, parties, storytelling, and other book-related events in schools, libraries, bookstores, clubs — anywhere where kids and books connect.”
Visit the Children’s Book Week website at www.bookweekonline.com to view events taking place across the country and to learn more about this annual celebration.
How will you celebrate Children’s Book Week?