In honor of Reading Month, we’d like to share some of our favorite literacy-related blogs. These blogs are the source of a tremendous amount of inspiration for those of us charged with teaching reading and writing. I’ve got a whole folder in my Google Reader just for literacy blogs. And it’s pretty much guaranteed that when I sit down to check it each morning, I’ll find several great posts. (Be sure to follow us on twitter and Pinterest because we love sharing them!)

So without further adieu, a list of some of our favorite literacy blogs:

The Miss Rumphius Effect

From the Mixed Up Files of Middle Grade Authors

Jen Robinson’s Book Page

100 Scope Notes

Two Writing Teachers

A Year of Reading

Raising Readers and Writers

A Teaching Life

Teaching Authors

Check it Out

Gotta Book

Library Girl

Never Ending Search

The Daring Librarian

I’m telling you, there is good stuff contained within these here blogs. Which ones am I missing? Please let me know so I can add them to my list! You may notice that only a couple of the above are blogs of authors. That would be a good idea for another post, though. Feel free to share any of your favorite author blogs, too!

Also, if you’re a regular tweeter, you should definitely follow the #tlchat hashtag. Teacher librarians all over the world use it to share resources and ideas.

Finally, if you’re a Google Reader addict user like myself, I created a bundle of literacy blogs that include all of the aforementioned sites. That way you can subscribe to all of them with one click! (And if you’re not a Google Reader user, contact us to set up a webinar…cause it’s awesome!) Click HERE for the bundle.

Happy Reading Month!

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  • Robert Compton

    Have you heard about Read Conmigo? My company offers free bilingual children’s books to promote family literacy. When you register you gain access to all the books online and receive 3 books in the mail throughout the year. Last year, we gave away over 620,000 books. http://readconmigo.org/member/signup

  • Sam

    Thanks for the list!

    Beachbumliteracychick.blogspot.com