Reading Challenges

Reading Challenges

It’s a new year and a time of renewal. A time of hope for the new year and a new you. I don’t like to make New Year’s resolutions. Instead, I like the idea of goals and personal growth, so my personal go-to is starting a new reading challenge for the year.  Or in my case, several. There are some amazing reading challenges available for free online as well as your local library. Library Challenges Denver Public Library has a Winter of…

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Melia and Jo

Melia and Jo

Melia and Jo, by Billy Aronson & Jennifer Oxley (2018), shows different types of girls with different strengths. This advanced picture book is a great example of how a story can be fun and still have a strong, positive message. Melia is a tomboy, and Jo is a girly girl. Melia is a short fair skinned blond and Jo is a tall, stylish African American. Melia is science, engineering and tinkering oriented while Jo is a lover of the humanities who…

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About Bibliogirl.net

About Bibliogirl.net

There are so many books that are out there and so little time. Especially when raising children. I am here to help with recommendations. I will be starting my new website off with 3 ongoing lists, including book descriptions and my reasons for inclusion. The lists/categories will be: •Raising a Feminist (for boys and girls) •Raising a Scientist •Raising a Multi-Culturally Aware Child Don’t worry, adults. Content is coming soon for you, too. Topics to include: •Cozy Mystery Corner •Multicultural…

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