Children’s Books and how to choose them
Posted by Lisa Hill on July 27, 2010
Serendipity works in amazing ways. Last night I discovered via Twitter that Dublin has been designated a UNESCO City of Literature, just as Melbourne is. I blogged about my excitement about this on my ANZ LitLovers blog because I am travelling to Dublin later this year when I’m on Long Service Leave.
This morning a reader of my blog from Dublin shared a link to the Children’s Books Ireland presence on Facebook, an initiative designed to promote books and reading to children. And there I found a terrific series about how to choose children’s books, of interest not only to children’s librarians but to parents as well.
Here are the links:
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