Thursday, May 21, 2009

Coming Soon, Literacy Lava

Regular readers of The Book Chook blog may have noticed that I get excited about books and ideas that support kid's literacy. Well, I'M EXCITED! Some like-minded bloggers and I got together and created our own blog log. It's called Literacy Lava, and it's a digital magazine (in pdf format) that you'll be able to download and use, share with others, or print and keep.

The contributors are bloggers and parents who are passionate about children's literacy. This first issue is erupting with great tips for parents and suggestions for literacy activities to share with kids.

If you enjoy discovering new ways to incorporate reading, writing and creating into everyday life...

If you think you'd like a little lava to read with your java...

If the price tag FREE appeals to you...

You'll want to catch the first issue of Literacy Lava, coming soon!


  1. bookworms book nook23 May, 2009

    I foudn you through the home teacher can't wait to see waht the literacy lava is all about! I have a 2 blogs but one is just about childrens books and activities you can do with them!

    Recent blog post: Tanka Tanka Skunk

  2. Dawn@Moms Inspire Learning23 May, 2009

    I'm proud to be a part of Literacy Lava! You have put so much time, effort, and passion into this. I can't wait to see the first issue!

    Recent blog post: Literacy Lava Newsletter is Coming Soon!

  3. bookchook23 May, 2009

    Hi bookworm! Is the "home teacher" our Amy? I love the sound of Tanka Tanka Skunk.

    Recent blog post: Coming Soon, Literacy Lava

  4. bookchook23 May, 2009

    And the price tag is great too!

    Recent blog post: Coming Soon, Literacy Lava

  5. Oh I am so excited! Literacy Lava is a phenomenal idea! I can't wait to read it! Can you tell I'm excited!

    Recent blog post: TSS: New, New, New!

  6. bookchook25 May, 2009

    Yay Rebecca! I'm really looking forward to your feedback on it!

    Recent blog post: What's the Deal with Online Publishing?

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