Launch Week: Favorites Blog Hop



Yesterday, we shared our favorite books for each of our categories, and today, we are excited to share our favorite blogs’ lists regarding:

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 Please check out these bloggers’ thoughts

and share YOUR favorites in the comments.

(And don’t forget to enter into today’s giveaway!)


Niki @Daydream Reader

Hannah @ My 100 Adventures

Beth @ Foodie Bibliophile

Crystal @ Reading Through Life

Debbie @ The Styling Librarian

 Jennifer @ Fountain Reflections

Stephanie @ Books, Interventions and More!

Holly @ Reading, Teaching, Learning

 Andrea @ Mrs. Payan Reads

Cathy @ Reflect & Refine

Mindi @ Next Best Book

Cynthia @ Librarian in Cute Shoes

Earl @ Chronicles of a Children’s Book Writer


Julee @ Book Egg


Jen @ Teach Mentor Texts


Alyson @ Kid Lit Frenzy


Linda @ Teacher Dance


Sherry @ The Library Fanatic


Stacey @ The Library Gals


Kristen @ The Book Monsters


 We thank you all for participating- loved being able to share the excitement of our launch week will all of these amazing blogs!

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19 thoughts on “Launch Week: Favorites Blog Hop”

  1. I can’t wait to see what everyone else chose as favorites! I love this list of books for the giveaway and would be happy with any of them.

  2. I’m so honored to participate in the hop! It’s been great fun participating in your launch week. You’ve done a great job getting us all interested in your new blog!!

  3. That was hard — and fun! How do you choose just one favorite read aloud, one favorite picture book, one favorite for the classroom library? Goodness! I’m so glad to join in the conversation and can’t wait to read the other posts. Congrats on your new blog and good luck with your launch. I look forward to watching it evolve.

  4. My favorite read aloud this past year was Wonder. My fifth graders just absorbed the message of the book. Any time a new student came in, we had to explain the book and everyone encouraged him/her to read the book. Even after the read aloud students checked it out and reread it independently.

    • I haven’t read the book yet, but I was actually considering this as a read aloud for my fifth graders this year. Were there any considerations with this particular text (any warnings for parents, for example)? This one is on my TBR list this summer.

      • No concerns at all. The story is complex because the characters all give their view points. The main character is going into the 5th grade for the first time after being homeschooled. I showed the book trailer to the students before hand and started a discussion about being different on the outside. I bawled when I read it to myself, so be prepared. I warned the students too. Nothing is more satisfying when you finish the book and the students clap and stand. You will NOT regret reading this beautiful story to your class.


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