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It’s All Good Books

By Mar 20, 2012May 12th, 201286 Comments

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Is it Tuesday already? I suppose you know what that means! Time to introduce you to yet another fabulous featured blogger.

Today’s girl in the spotlight is a great read for all you parents out there looking for direction when it comes to what to read to your kids. Please join me in welcoming Jennifer from It’s All Good Books.

I am a former teacher turned corporate marketer turned teacher again and the co- founder of an enrichment center that helps kids read and write. My blog, It’s All Good Books, is a co-effort with my friend and business partner, Shannon Crass. As an extension of our classroom, It’s All Good Books, offers kids book reviews and literature-based activities along with articles for parents on education. The goal of the site is to help parents sift through the massive number of books available (even Shannon and I hyperventilate when we go to the bookstore!) to find meaningful, uplifting and enriching reads for kids from pre-school to pre-teen.

Here are three posts from Jennifer’s site that give you an idea of what she is all about:

Pre-Teen Readers Spring Book List
Advice for Parents of Reluctant Readers
Good Kids’ Book About Trying to do It All

Now, leave a comment below to roll call and then head on over to Jennifer’s place and leave some COMMENTS!

About Francesca

Francesca has an extensive background in content marketing, public relations, and social outreach. She oversees all Operations at Sway Group, including our robust metrics capabilities. Prior to joining the online world, Francesca oversaw viticulture and oenology at various wineries in both California and Italy, and managed regulatory affairs and facility approvals at the biotech company, Genentech. Francesca has been featured on CBS Sacramento and Food Blogger Pro’s podcast. She has also hosted an AMA webinar and spoken at Social Media World.

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