Friday, February 24, 2012

I Can Read! Feast for Beginning Readers Round-Up, February 2012

Welcome to the I Can Read! Feast for Beginning Readers Round-Up for the month of February 2012. This monthly meme, created by Terry Doherty of The Family Bookshelf, celebrates easy readers and illustrated chapter books to encourage kids working to become successful readers. It's not too late to join in! If you have a link to share related to beginning readers, please comment below, and I'll add it to the round-up. (I'll accept links through Friday evening - after that, hang onto your posts for next month!)

On to the contributions...

JENNIFER of Jean Little Library shares the review of Zig and Wikki in the Cow she posted on a recent Non-Fiction Monday.

At Literatea, BETSY has reviews of No. 1 Car Spotter by Atinuke and On the Go with Mr. and Mrs. Green  by Keith Baker.

JESSICA highlights the following reviews from Vegbooks, "a resource for parents and teachers who want to support the vegetarian and vegan kids in their lives.":

At The Cath in the Hat, CATHERINE reviews Bad Kitty for President and Ivy and Bean: No News Is Good News.

ANDREA, who blogs at Roving Fiddlehead shares a link to her library's Staff Picks Blog, where she recently reviewed Anna Hibiscus by Atinuke.

Author KATIE DAVIS shares a video of her visit to Good Morning, Connecticut, where she explains the difference between easy readers and chapter books and booktalks Like Pickle Juice on a Cookie by Julie Sternberg, Have Fun, Anna Hibiscus by Atinuke, and Clementine and the Family Meeting by Sara Pennypacker.

Finally, I'm KATIE, and here at Secrets & Sharing Soda, I'd like to share my lists of Five Characteristics of Great Easy Readers and Five Characteristics of Great Chapter Books, as well as my reviews of Say What? by Margaret Peterson Haddix and Team Spirit and The Trouble With Thor from the Marvel Superhero Squad series by Lucy Rosen.

If you enjoyed participating in the I Can Read Feast this month, please consider hosting in the future! Information is available on this page at The Family Bookshelf.
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