If you’re interested in writing for Imagination Soup, here are the guest posting guidelines.

Imagination Soup shares book recommendations and literacy information with parents, teachers, librarians, and grandparents.

We believe that all kids can be readers, they just need to find the right book. So we share reviews and recommendations of great books for children of all ages.

We believe that representation matters including but not limited to physical, neurological, mental, cultural, linguistic, and ethnic.

Our goal is to provide resources and ideas to make our readers’ lives easier — for them to find the next right book, activity, and/or information to support the growing readers and writers in their lives.

Imagination Soup gets between 250,000- 300,000 page views a month with 33,000 subscribers, 1.4 million Pinterest followers, 33,000 Facebook fans, 4,200 Instagram followers, and 30,000 Twitter followers.

If you’re interested in writing for Imagination Soup, please keep in mind:


Guest Post Topic Categories:


  1. Readers love numbered lists. (5 tips, 10 books, etc.)
  2. Blog writing is different than newspaper or magazine writing — my experience is that it needs to be punchier with shorter paragraphs in which there are a variety of sentence lengths including SHORT sentences. This makes it easier to read and yes, easier to skim.
  3. Headers and subheaders help organize the information and are recommended.
  4. Please only insert one space after a period.


Thank you so much for your interest!

Guest Blog Posts

This page links to all guest posts on Imagination Soup.