And the next Carnival of Children's Literature will be held at Wands and Worlds.
Full information on how to submit an entry is here.
If you scroll down my sidebar to where I keep my buttons, you'll see I FINALLY got the Carnival button working (for some reason, it kept insisting on bleeding across the entire webpage. Until today. Yay, mindless cutting and pasting!)
As a recap to those who are new to Carnivals:
It's basically a round-up of posts from across the kidlitosphere (children's literature blogosphere); you submit one post from your blog (details above); the blog hosting the carnival (this time, Wands and Worlds) assembles them in a fab way; then the Carnival is posted at that site.
When you go to the Carnival, it's a combination of revisiting posts you remembered reading, reading posts from blogs you swore you'd been reading so how did you miss this post, and discovering new blogs. And it's good exposure for your own blog. See that button I told you about? There's a link to the archives of the Carnival, so you can go and see what I'm talking about. They're held monthly; and the person who started it all is She Who Never Sleeps, Melissa Wiley.
Posts can be reviews, editorials, just about anything.
Monday, September 04, 2006
Because I love iambic tetrameter : Poem 126 by Emily Dickinson The brain is wider than the sky, For, put them side by side, The one...
At the end of this post is a round up to my previous, often lengthy explanations of what an ARC is (and isn't) and why an ARC isn't ...