Kid Lit Blog Hop-June 2016 #KidLitHop, #KLBH



Hi Everyone! I am excited you all are here again for this month of Kid Lit. I appreciate all of you coming back time and time again to discuss everything related to children's literature. 
I would like to ask if you have the logo still attached to Mother Daughter reviews, to change it to go here. There is no information for the hop there anymore and all comes from here. Thanks for that!
Although THIS book is actually considered YA, I think it is worth taking a look at. The story is short, only 40 pages but I did enjoy it. Happy hopping everyone! M.M aka Naila Moon

It's Summer time! We want to welcome you to the June 2016  Kid Lit Blog Hop. This exciting, monthly hop, is where we develop an engaged group of people who love everything that has to do with children's literature. Everyone is welcome to join us: bloggers, authors, publicist, and publishers!



Simply make a post related to Children’s literature and add it to the linky. (Please make sure to add your direct post only) If you are an author, feel free just to link to your blog.



Once you are done, then hop around to visit others. Please follow the co-host and visit at least the two people above your link. Please leave a comment when you do visit, we all like those.

Also, it would be appreciated if you grab the Kid Lit Blog Hop Badge and display it on your blog and/or your post.



We would also be grateful if you tweet about the blog hop. Let’s grow this wonderful community.



Our next hop will be July 20, 2016.  The hostess will be around to see you. Happy Hopping!




Reading Authors, Hostess



Julie Grasso


BeachBoundBooks


Cheryl Carpinello


Pragmatic Mom


The Logonauts



Spark and Pook


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