I didn’t have a post ready for tomorrow, partly because I’ve been meeting new people on Twitter this afternoon. I don’t do that very often. Luckily, I stumbled onto this great post on children’s historical fiction–my favorite genre to read and write in–by educator Elisabeth Ellingon (whom I just followed on Twitter). It includes a super list of tween titles. Hope you find a few newbies to add to your tbr list!
Originally posted on the dirigible plum:
This post is the second in a new “So You Want to Read” series designed for my students in Children’s Literature. My course is online this semester, which means that many of my students are learning at a distance and I can’t do what I like to do best to grow readers: show up to class with a big stack of books specially chosen for each student. This “So You Want to Read” series is an attempt to bridge that distance and make personalized recommendations for each student that might also be valuable for other readers. The first post in the series is So You Want to Read Wordless Picture Books?.
Shay requested recommendations for historical fiction. I have a few favorites to recommend, but because this is not an area of particular #booklove or expertise for me, I turned to my wonderful PLN and asked for some help…
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