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Booknificent Thursday Link-Up Party #1 — 22 Comments

    • I haven’t read anything by her. I’m generally not very patient when a book is slow going unless it’s for something like a book club or a class. Hopefully, you’ll get to read something you enjoy more soon! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

  1. Thanks for inviting me to your link up through Facebook! I’m following you there now. Although my link is titled “Write On!” and is about writing prompts for kids, it also has tips for parents of reluctant readers. Hope you enjoy!

  2. Thanks for the invite. I just finished Killing Chase which was a fantastic suspense thriller. My kids love to read. My daughter likes Magic Tree House and my son loves any graphic novel with humor in it.

    • I’m so happy you came over, linked up, and even answered my question!! Yay! My kids love Magic Tree House too. We haven’t hit the graphic novel phase yet though they have enjoyed a few so I think it’s coming. I’ll have to check out Killing Chase. Thanks for the recommendation! I’m always on the loookout for a magnificent book! 🙂

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  4. Tina…what a lovely link-up! I’m so happy you invited me to join Booknificent Thursday…encouraging children to become lovers of books and reading is what I am all about.

    I will share this all around.:)

    • My pleasure, Vivian! So glad you came over and joined us. We’ll be doing it each Thursday so please come and link up your posts from the week. And yes, please spread the word! The more, the merrier!

  5. Oh…I guess I should have said what my blog is about…Picture Books Help Kids Soar…on Fridays I post a picture book review and activity and on Mondays I post tips, resources and guest posts on writing picture books and on Sundays I link up with a photo challenge and tie the theme in with a parenting issue. Thanks, again, Tina…I’ll try to hop over and visit the others.

  6. Sorry I’m a day late, but I’m here! So glad to join the party.

    Book I’ve been reading this week is Hungry Monkey by Matthew Amster-Burton. It is a hilarious work by a food critic about how he taught his child to love food too. I have totally snort-laughed several times while reading it which in my opinion is the mark of a great book. 🙂

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