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Readergirlz: Little Willow's Book Bag

As regular readers of this blog know, I am actively involved in readergirlz, a literacy and outreach program that is both an online book group and a community service organization. I regularly update the readergirlz website, which spotlights a new book, author, and theme every month. I also head up the postergirlz, our fantastic teen lit advisory committee.

I post the best of what I've read every week at the readergirlz blog - Look for it there every weekend, beginning today.

This week, I enjoyed Long May She Reign by Ellen Emerson White, our spotlighted title for November. My other picks include:

Picture Book for All Ages
Uncle Bobby's Wedding by Sarah S. Brannen
Yellowbelly and Plum Go to School by Nathan Hale

For Your Younger Sister
How to Be a Girly Girl in Just Ten Days by Lisa Papademetriou

I will continue to post my monthly best of booklists at the Bildungsroman blog and website. (Psst . . . I just posted my Best Books of October 2008 list!)

If you want to see what's in my weekly book bag, you're going to have to visit the readergirlz blogspot - so why not add that to your blog reader right now? :)
Tags: booklists, books, postergirlz, readergirlz
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