📣Kids! ⭐️📚 The 2022 @CBCBook #KidsBookChoiceAwards are open for voting! Have your say in 8 categories including: ‘Best Info Meets Graphic,’ ‘Best Stellar Storyteller,’ ‘Best Non-Prose Book,’ & MORE! The best part? No adults allowed! 🙅🏽♀️
Click here to ✨VOTE✨: everychildareader.net/finalists-2022-vote/
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We’re voting for BFF or NRF by Jessica Speer, Author and Neverwoof by @gabejensen ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Just like a kitten 🐱 or puppy 🐶, your brain 🧠 needs to be trained. Join young readers for HOW TO TRAIN YOUR PET BRAIN by Nelly Buchet, a book that shows kids mindfulness techniques to train their brains to manage big emotions!
🍿🎬 Watch in the KidLit TV Wellness section: www.kidlit.tv/how-to-train-your-pet-brain-project-brave/
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Honored that Glimpse Into the Life of a Child are featuted in this segment! Thanks!
Happy book birthday to EVERY DOG IN THE NEIGBORHOOD by Philip C. Stead and KidLit TV Alum Matthew Cordell!
We are so excited to read this quirky and endearing story about a grandparent and grandchild duo from Holiday House Books for Young People!
Watch & draw with Caldecott winner, Matthew Cordell on #ReadySetDraw here: www.kidlit.tv/ready-set-draw-with-matt-cordell-candace-fleming-what-isabella-wanted/
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☀️🏖🕶Summer has officially arrived! We’ve got great ✨NEW✨ kid’s books & #kidlit crafts to keep little hands (and brains!) busy throughout the summer holiday!
😎📚✨#beatsummerslide with @kidlittv! Find our #summerreading recommendations and #kidlit crafting ideas on the KidLit TV webpage or head here: www.kidlit.tv/kidlit-crafts-and-activities-for-summer/
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Let’s get the word out, #teachersofinstagram & #librariansofinstagram!📚
@kidlittv’s book-centred shows for kids can be found on the #DCMP website for use supporting blind, visually impaired, deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind students!
💻Here’s the link: dcmp.org/producers/1946-kidlit-tv
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