Kids Love To Read #44 & Giveaway

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Kids Love To Read #44

Welcome to the 44th monthly linky of Kids Love to Read, which if you didn’t make it last month you may not have seen that we now have two new co-hosts for the linky Acorn Books and Book Bairn. Thanks so much for stopping by and linking up! Acorn Book is taking a break this month, but will be back next month, as she is due to have baby number 3 any day now.

I am linking up with a book review my husband has written on a children’s book called Mr. Rainbow.

Last Month’s Favourites

Last month my favourite link up was Let Them Be Small’s non fiction book about whales, it looks absolutely beautifully illustrated. Book Bairn’s favourite was Beachwood School House’s 25 books about summer.

Linky Rules:

– 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.

– This Linky is open every 3rd Monday of the month for one week.

– Grab the Kids Love to Read badge and pop it in your post

– Use the #KLTR hashtag on Twitter and Instagram

– Share the love – try and read & comment the host’s posts and on 2 other blogs listed on the Linky

We look forward to reading your posts!

Laura, Kim and Anna x

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

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Field Trip to the Moon book

Each month, to encourage reading with kids and to go along with our #KLTR Linky, we host a Book Giveaway.

We have a fabulous giveaway this month of Field Trip to the Moon by John Hare and Jeanne Willis.

*Terms and conditions: Entries are open to UK and Ireland residents. The competition closes on the the 10th August 2019. Winners will be announced on social media and contacted via email. If the winner does not respond to the email in two weeks, a new winner will be randomly chosen.

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35 thoughts on “Kids Love To Read #44 & Giveaway”

  1. Hello! This book looks really interesting. If I could, I would go on a field trip to Titan, the largest moon of Saturn as it would be amazing.


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