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January’s Picture Book of the Month- Part 3

18 Jan

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As part of my Commitment to Literacy: Picture Book It challenge, I wanted to spotlight one book that I’m completely in love with. Throughout the month, I’ll do multiple posts based on the book. I hope you will end up picking up the book and joining in on the conversation.

Previous post:
Commitment to Literacy: Picture Book It
January’s Picture Book of the Month Announcement
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I hope everyone has taken the time to read Love!

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At my regular weekly volunteer shift at the library, we spent some time talking about it. We shared which text and images resonated with us the most. There were so many! The whole book is special and will have something for everyone. Not only do I recommend that you pick up your copy now but I highly recommend that you read it with others (kids and adults) and talk about it!

This week, I wanted to share some insightful interviews the creators of the books have been doing for the book recently.

Why We Shouldn’t Shield Children From Darkness by Matt de la Peña
Why Children’s Books Should Be a Little Sad by Kate DiCamillo (Response to Matt de la Peña’s article)
Picture Book Author Says ‘I Had To Be Real’ When Writing ‘Love’
Listen to Love (via AudioFile)

— — — — — — — THANK YOU FOR READING! — — — — — — —

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— — — — — — — HAPPY READING! — — — — — — —

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One response to “January’s Picture Book of the Month- Part 3

  1. books4learning

    January 22, 2018 at 6:59 pm

    I have seen so many positive eviews for Love. I am patiently waiting for my number to come up at the library for it. 🙂

     

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