Scholastic shares: Kids tell why they read

Today on Twitter I read an inspiring tweet by Scholastic …. Open a world of possible. I love that thought. They posted a link to a series of very short video interviews with kids who love to read. I think you will enjoy it. 

Click HEREand see what kids share about why they read. Stay with it because it will move to the next videos on other topics, including sharing if they were a book what would be their title, what happens because they read, and Scholastic shares about their mission. It’s great information and encouraging to children’s book authors.

That leads me to ask you something I can’t decide yet for myself:

If you were a book, what would be your title?

Thanks for reading, and … Creative Musings!  🙂



10 responses to “Scholastic shares: Kids tell why they read

  1. I love the clip on why kids read. Thanks. If I was a book I would be called, “She Did What?”


  2. My book title Lynn, hmm, ‘Waiting for humans to grow’. I despair that man has the ability to be much more yet he chooses to be a savage.I’m waiting for them to grow into real humanity and stop killing each other.
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx


  3. The Unfinished Collage


  4. Great post! Mine would be [oh geez – this is hard] “Filling the Glass”. I know that may not sound like a lot, but I see it as the whole “glass half full\empty” – if you add water, it is [definitely] more full, and less empty. If the glass is life, and the water is me, I’ve still got a good time to go yet. Plus, you should live life to the full. Thus, “Filling the Glass.” 🙂


  5. Dial-up. 😦

    If I was a book dare I say I’d be called Short and Sweet? 😉


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