Reading blogs

Ellis-Barrett, Louise
June 2015
School Librarian;Summer2015, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p85
Web Site Review
The article reviews several online blogs of interest for school librarians, including "Raring Readers," found at http://raringreaders.blogspot.co.uk, "Library Mice," found at http://librarymice.com, and the personal blog of writer Katherine Langrish, found at http://steelthistles.blogspot.co.uk.


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