Kite Flying in Kids’ Books by Pragmatic Mom

kite flying pragmatic momAfter a long and dreary winter it finally seems as though Spring has sprung in my neck of the woods. The sun is shining and although it’s been a wee bit windy, the smell of Spring is definitely in the air. It’s perfect weather to fly a kite so Pragmatic Mom‘s recent blog post Kite Flying in Kids Books definitely struck a chord with me. Check out her wonderful list which includes Chinese, Japanese and Korean themed kite picture book and chapter books for kids. She also has information on the Cherry Blossom Kite Festival which takes place later this month in Washington, DC. And if you need more kite book suggestions, do check out our archived article¬†Boundless Sky: Kites and Kite-Flying in Children’s Books.


3 Responses to “Kite Flying in Kids’ Books by Pragmatic Mom”

  1. Vivian Kirkfield Says:

    Oh I love this post, Corinne! I reviewed a book called ‘Be The Kite’ recently…http://viviankirkfield.wordpress.com/2013/01/25/ppbf-be-the-kite-inspiring-kids-to-imagine-and-soar/
    I included a link to a YouTube video of an elderly gentleman who is a champion mulitple kite flier…he travels all over the world…his demonstration is enthralling and inspiring.:)

  2. PragmaticMom Says:

    Wow! Thank you so much! I’ll add your link to my post as well!!

  3. Natalie Dias Lorenzi Says:

    Thanks to Paper Tigers for reposting this, and to Pragmatic Mom for including Flying the Dragon in this line-up. :-0