The Children’s Bookshelf: book and reading posts from around the web

I’m really excited to introduce a new feature to My Little Bookcase.

Each Monday, along with What Do We Do All Day?, No Twiddle Twaddle, Smiling Like Sunshine, Mommy and Me Book Club, and Mouse Grows, Mouse Learns, we will be co-hosting The Children’s Bookshelf.

The Children’s Bookshelf gives bloggers the chance to link up any book or reading related post, creating a collection of amazing posts in one place to help you inspire a love of reading in our children.

Each week, I will feature a number of my favourite posts that were linked up in the previous The Children’s Bookshelf.

Featured Post:

What Do We Do All Day? -How To Find Good Books For Children: 7 Ways

I think My Little Bookcase shares fabulous books for children and I hope you find our recommendations, activities and tips useful.  But we are only one tiny resource, and there are so many other wonderful books and ideas out there.  What Do We All Day? provides 7 suggestions to help you find good books for children. The suggestions are practical and informative.

Also well worth a visit and a read are:

Famiglia and Seoul: 123 Counting Sensory Bin- An activity based around the book, Duck and Goose 123. This activity could be adapted to suit most number/counting books.

Adventures in Mommydom: Adapting Classic Books to Younger Children- A great way to introduce and expose children to some more sophisticated literature and vocabulary.

Playing by The Book: Has collected a great list of books featuring characters with disabilities

So if you have a children’s book or reading related post you’d like to share, please consider joining The Children’s Bookshelf Linky Party:

How to join:

  • Link up your children’s book related posts. We love posts about book news, reviews, reading tips or any other book related items you think will be of special interest to parents.
  • Consider adding The Children’s Bookshelf button or text link to your post to let others know where the book party is. You can grab the code and  button below. Click the text, copy it and paste it in the HTML of your post.
  • Visit other posts and share your comments. We want this to be an interactive community of book lovers.
  • By linking up you are giving permission for any of the co-hosts to pin and/or feature your photo on a future The Children’s Bookshelf post.

The Children’s Bookshelf: book and reading posts from around the web


  1. Thanks Jackie – great to spread the word about the list we’ve all compiled on books with characters with a disability. Thank you for sharing.

  2. I’m so glad you’ve joined TCB! I look forward to the many, many months ahead of great book posts!

  3. Thanks so much for sharing our Sensory Bin that went along with our Duck and Goose book! I can’t wait to see what’s linked up this week!

  4. Very excited to have you on board.x

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