I wanted to let you know about a new feature on my blog: lists of books that I’ve reviewed over the years, arranged by topic. I think we can all agree that my blog has a certain amateurish charm, and I’m sure there’s a better way to make these lists accessible there. However, we all have to live with my limited tech skills, so for the moment, here’s how to find the lists: under the “A Kids Book a Day” title, you’ll see three links: Home, About me, and Book lists. If you move your cursor over the book lists one, a drop-down menu will appear with all the lists I’ve created so far.
The ones that are probably of most interest right now are: Back to school, Fall, Kindness and community (for building classroom communities), Labor Day, Persistence and grit, and September 11 (9/11). Other lists are: Book clubs for grades 2-4, Covid pandemic, Fables, and Food and eating.
I have lots of other ideas, and will be adding more as the year goes on; I’ll also update these lists as I review new books.
If you have suggestions of lists that would be helpful to you, please feel free to comment below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m hoping to put these on Pinterest, and am just starting to learn about the world of Pinterest and how to create pins. If anyone has any sort of Pinterest expertise, or WordPress expertise to improve the look of my blog, I’d love to talk to you.