Today’s a day near and dear to my heart.
As you’ve probably noticed through several of my posts, such as Learning Comes Unexpectedly or Summer of Activity No. 6 – Reading together, we are serious readers here our household.
In honor of this day, International Literacy Day, I thought I would give you our list of Top 100 Children’s Picture Books of All Time.
Picture books aren’t just for young children.
Picture books can teach older children and adults great life lessons too.
The point is to get everyone reading!
Looking for ways to celebrate International Literacy Day?
How about these…
You can download the Top 100 List we use here —-> SLJ_Fuse8_Top100_Picture (1)
Have a super International Literacy Day!
Till Next Time,
Your Favorite Book? GO!!!
5 thoughts on “International Literacy Day”
I love this, especially for the youth. we need to keep them engage in reading.
I read romance fiction. Reading is practically a job requirement for me now. But I love it. I can’t believe I didn’t know about this day. I just finish a romance based on King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. It was awesome. Reading keeps me up at night and makes me tired at work. No complaints here however
I’m guilty of reading into the wee hours of the night when the book captures me. What was the name of the book? I’d love to check it out
Favourite book? So many. I can’t choose just one. The books I read over and over tend to be related to business, such as The Success Principles by Jack Canfield and Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy. I don’t read a massive amount of fiction. The last books I read and loved (couldn’t put down) were the Hunger Games.
I’ve not read any of those, but will be put them on my ‘to read’ list! Thanks for stopping by Wendy! xx