This is called the Onwords (On Words) blog and it's about words (i.e. language,) books, and kids.
A lot of my posts are reviews of books for kids. That includes all three of the basic topics.
Where do I get all the books I review?
Sometimes I trade with other authors who are willing to review books I've written.
At other times I review library books. I get some at our community's free book swap.
And once in a while I review one of the many books already on my own shelves.
I can't begin to count the number of kids' books I've read in my life.
When I entered second grade I was reading at fifth grade level, and immediately became a bookaholic with no intention of ever getting into recovery.
As a parent, teacher, and grandparent I've read books to children (usually picture books) hundreds of times. For my own pleasure I usually read five or six middle grade books every week with an occasional chapter book or Young Adult novel thrown in.
I refuse to review books I don't like because it's hard for writers to sell their books and I don't want to make someone else's job more difficult even if I don't like their work myself.
I hope some people who read these posts find out about books they should buy or check out of the library for their own kids, grandkids, students and young friends to read. It would be great if my words here about books help children discover the joys of reading.
Maybe some of them will become bookaholics, too.