I changed the name for my “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?” posts to “My Reading Week.”
This week, I posted:
–Nonfiction Picture Book Challenge Wednesday
A great introduction of the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child. I didn’t even know there was such a thing and that the US isn’t one of the countries who’ve signed it. It would be interesting to explore how it’s going in the countries measuring this.
This was a great find after reading I Have the Right to Be a Child. Though simple in presentation, there are a lot to be thought about and discussed while reading through the book. It’s a great tool to use for anyone wanting to think outside of their own experience.
Fans of Fancy Nancy and I Like Myself will love this self-affirming picture book about a confident girl who imagines she can be anyone she wants to be and do anything she wants to do. Plus, she lets others know that they too can be truly fabulous!
A delightful friendship story. Perfect for young readers year-round not just during Halloween.
Fans of audiobooks will be thrilled to discover some of the best narrators have been compiled to read some of Grimm’s Fairy Tales. People may be surprised by how different the original versions are to what may have popularized by mainstream media.
****= Highly Recommended
You can view all the books I’ve read at my Goodreads page.
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Have a great reading week!