Thursday, February 21, 2008
Visit http://www.icdlbooks.org/ (International Children's Library) if you would like to check out one of the largest online sources for children's literature. Per http://boston.com/, this free nonprofit site was created in order to fight illiteracy and also to help promote tolerance of other cultures. I can't say enough about this cute sight that easily let's your children choose the language they want to read in (there's 16 language picks in total). Kids can choose the stories based on their age groups and it's super easy to navigate through.
Barack Obama Writing a Children's Book
Barack Obama really is a man of many talents. Per http://usatoday.com/, the presidential candidate has a contract with Random House for two more books and one of them is for children. He wrote a book in 2006 titled The Audacity of Hope which is currently #11 on USA Today's Bestselling list. I can imagine that the children's book would be inspiring on all levels since this is the type of man he portrays himself to be. Can't wait to read it!
Black History Month Celebration - Corretta Scott King Book Awards
The winners of the Corretta Scott King book awards were released early this year for 2008 - view them at: www.ala.org/ala/emiert/corettascottkingbookaward/corettascott.cfm. This award system was created in 1970 in honor of Coretta Scott King and it highlights the best books written and illustrated by African American talents. It's Black History month so what a great time to share some of these wonderful books with all children.
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