Review Policy

The blogger at Enjoy-Embrace Learning is currently teaching second grade full time in a self contained classroom.  My experiences over the years include kindergarten through third grade.  I  love to discover new and old titles to share with my readers and use with my students.   I do not guarantee I will review every book received, whether I request it or it was sent to me without being requested.  I review books I can recommend for use in classrooms and books I would be happy to put in my own classroom library or my school library.  I hope to review books I can recommend to other teachers on our journey in creating life long readers.  

I accept books intended for readers in grades K-3:
-graphic novels
-easy readers
-series books

I do not review or accept:
-Young adult
-self published books
-vanity press books

I am happy to accept ARCs in the above categories.  If you let me know a date preference for posting the review, I will try to stick to that date to help create momentum.  It's always exciting to be one of the first to read a new book and help launch book birthdays.

Policy modeled after fellow bloggers in the Kidlitsophere.

1 comment:

  1. Bonjour Mandy,

    I read your review of "I Am Malala" by Malala Yousafzai , and I appreciated your style of writing.

    I write to you about a novel: 'The Bridge of Little Jeremy', by Indrajit Garai. I am the godmother of his daughter, and I also look after his books.

    Below is the book's link on Amazon, where you can read its first pages:

    Would you consider this book for a review?

    If yes, I can send you a copy.

    Thank you for your time.


    PS: Here is what some bloggers say on Goodreads about Indrajit's first collection of novellas, The Sacrifice: