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Kids Love To Read
Welcome to the February KLTR
KLTR is a children’s reading and literacy linky which I cohost with Laura from Laura’s Lovely Blog. KLTR goes live on the 3rd Monday each month. You can link up anything related to encouraging children to read, be it book reviews, activities or phonics we want to hear about them.
Ideas of the kind of posts to link up
Simply write about reading with children, share your love and your children’s love of books, what do you love to read together, how do you encouraging reading and books with your little or not so little ones? Books you love or book reviews.
All you need to do to join is:
– Link up your blog post to Inlinks below.
– Grab the Kids Love to Read badge and pop it in your post.
– Use the #KLTR hashtag on Twitter don’t forget to tweet me and Laura
@Inspire_Edit and @LauraSummers
– Share the love – Please comment on the host posts and on 2 other blogs listed on the Linky
We do love to read the posts that Link up.
In January Laura’s favourite was and my favourite was Book Corner Lost And Found by Diary of An Imperfect Mum.
My favourite post for January was the book review if I See Me Snuggle Bunny Book by The Breastest News.
Laura and Angela x
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Kids Love To Read Book Giveaway
The giveaway book for February is called Funny Bones by Allan and Janet Albergh. We have one copy to giveaway.
*Entrants must reside in the UK or Ireland. The competition closes on the 5th March. One winner will be randomly chosen. You can Enter Below.
World Book Day Linky Competition
Next month is World Book Day (2nd March), and because we’re mad about books and encouraging children to read we thought we would make things more interesting next month! For March’s Kids Love to Read – which will go live on the 20th March – the blogger who links up with with the best World Book Day post will win a £10 Amazon gift voucher to get some bookish goodies for themselves, their children, or both. All you need to do is link up a World Book day related post on the 20th March. We look forward to seeing you again next month and reading all your posts celebrating World Book Day!
To give you some inspiration, Laura and I have already written our World Book Day posts and linked them up this month. You can read my world book day post Fantastic World Book Day Costumes for Kids and Laura’s post which is on 60 Books Every Child Should Read.