Kirkus Reviews has announced their lists of the 2010 Best Books for Children and Teens. Interestingly, they have broken their list into categories, making it very easy to head just to the section you are most interested in. So there are complete lists for children and teens, or you can browse by Animals, Art, Contemporary Novels, Graphic Novels, and many more. Just paging through, there are so many titles that I have yet to read! Here’s to new-found great reads.
- The Authoritative Guide to Children’s Books Turned Into TV Shows — @100scopenotes buff.ly/1J2PkHN #kidlit 7 hours ago
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- Review: Lost in the Sun by Lisa Graff wakingbraincells.com/2015/05/26/rev… http://t.co/1gu4Y17zoT 12 hours ago
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