HomeBooknificent ThursdaysBooknificent Thursday Link-Up Party #5

Hello readers! It’s that time of the week again, when we share the books we’ve been enjoying! I’m also open to any posts about helping others learn to read or improve their reading skills (including adults). Basically, anything literacy-related is fair game.

Kids reading on the trampoline

Well, without further ado, it’s your turn now. Please link up any posts you have, past or present, about books, reading, and literacy. This link party is all about sharing how books are impacting you! Joining in is easy; just click “Click here to enter…” next to “You are next” and copy/paste the URL of a blog post’s (not your homepage’s) URL. Choose a photo to upload and then click some of the other great posts in the party and meet new bloggers and find out about new books!

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Why should you link up to Booknificent Thursdays?

Linking up to parties and leaving comments on other posts is a proven way to increase traffic to your blog and grow your blog’s followers! Here are a few rules and suggestions:

  • You can link up as many posts as you want.
  • Please grab the Booknificent Thursday button and share it somewhere on your blog (sidebar, post, bottom, etc.) and please share about this party with any book-lovers you know.
  • I’d also really appreciate it if you’d hop over to my facebook page and give me a “like” and/or subscribe to receive my blog (just enter your email address up on the sidebar.)
  • We do want to keep it family-friendly, so I reserve the right to remove anything I consider offensive.
  • And one final rule, please visit AND comment on at least one other linked post if not more.

One final thing: I am happy to help promote the posts you link by either posting about them on my facebook page or pinning them on Pinterest. If you’d like this extra exposure, please just comment on this post and tell me which number you are in the link-up and whether you’d prefer facebook or Pinterest.

OK, happy linking and have a great week!

About Tina Chen

Tina is an island-loving mom of five fun kids. She currently lives near a beach in Malaysia but has also called Bali and the Cayman Islands home since leaving her land-locked hometown of Kansas City. Her greatest passions are learning with her husband how to live and love like Jesus and teaching others to do the same. She particularly enjoys teaching kids to worship and pray fervently and creatively. She loves music, cooking, and reading, and is a complete sucker for a good redemptive analogy! Tina blogs at mommynificent.com and desperatehomeschoolers.com about living and homeschooling in Southeast Asia.


Booknificent Thursday Link-Up Party #5 — 11 Comments

  1. Happy Thursday! I’m reading a powerful and heartbreaking memoir by a girl who grew up in the foster care system. It is called Three Little Words by Ashley Rhodes-Courter. I find it very hard to put down even though I find myself crying through many portions of it. It is a book that is going to stay with me for a long time.

  2. I’m reading the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. Its available free for kindle and an incredible read about Franklin’s journey. He writes with great humility and yet knows that what he writes will provide guidance for generations to come. I especially enjoy the portions where he describes his self-education when he determines to learn about something new. He thoroughly describes his learning processes, what texts he used, etc. Excellent read for homeschooling families!

  3. Re: AL and TEDDY
    Thanks for your kind words on KidLit. If you go to alandteddy.com, you’ll be able to read the story behind the story . . . back to the Bronx in the days of my early childhood, where the idea for AL and TEDDY originated. I think you’ll enjoy it! Beyond that, I’ll be happy to do an interview on your blog. Just let me know. Thanks again, Neil Waldman

  4. Ohh I will have to remember this one on Thursday. I have done a number of posts about my son’s favorite books at different ages of his life. Reading is so important in our household. I started reading to him as soon as he was born and now at two, he loves being read to.

    Thanks for linking up with the Tuesday Baby link up last week. I hope you will join us again this week.


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