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A grassroots literacy movement empowering readers and leaders in hundreds of schools & communities across the country.
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ProjectLITPCCS Oct 17
Here is our reading lineup for 2019-2020!! Join us for this unique literary experience!
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Hubbard MS Project Lit 14h
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The Bougie Teacher :) 10h
Shout out to for copping 's Dear Martin for me. She couldn't believe I hadn't read it. I guess friends don't let friends miss out on thought-provoking bestsellers.. Thanks
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St. Andrews Middle Media Center 16h
8th grade ✅ The winning book was Time Bomb by ✅ We established meeting rules/norms ✅ We watched the book trailer ✅ And selected book ✌🏾 (For Everyone by )
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David Barclay Moore 18h
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Erin 18h
My 6th and 8th grade book clubs start today. They’re still voting on the title—honestly I haven’t watched polling returns this intently since 2016 I even got them some of those soft sugar cookies with the frosting
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Mrs. Bobay at LHECMES Library 18h
Our 5th Grade Book Club created these scenes from The Stars Beneath Our Feet by today.
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Mrs. G (Nikki Healy) 19h
One of my young people sent this to me, and I’m 💀😂!
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Elizabeth Acevedo Oct 17
Also. For the folks who love asking me at Q&As when I’m going to write boy main characters because boys won’t read the kinds of characters I currently center: Exhibit A. Tuh.
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Andrea Morris 20h
What am I reading? An amazing story of suspense and intrigue with some wild characters... nah, just "normal" reading. BUT the point is I'm reading, all. the. time, even if it isn't a book. Point is READ.
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Marieke Nijkamp Oct 16
A NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF WHAT COUNTS AS READING: • Books • Ebooks • Audiobooks • Graphic novels • Comics • Manga • Fanfic • Wordless picture books • Letters • Papers • Words, words, words 📚 Stop shaming people for what and/or how they read. 📚
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Scott Aldrich 23h
Overheard in my classroom yesterday (re: a book club book) - “OMG this book! It’s not even like homework. I WANT to keep reading, it’s so good.” (Proceeds to talk it up to Ss reading a different book.) 🙌🏽📚❤️
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Kimiko Pettis 23h
Well, just check out the graphic novel version of The Crossover. It will definitely "hook" your students. Shout out to for reaching out to my students.
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Jerry Craft 22h
❤️❤️❤️
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Natasha Cox 🌻 Oct 17
I spy our next read!! Next up is Front Desk by and our meeting date is set for 11/26. ❤️🖤
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Project LIT Community Oct 17
Amazing.
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Ronda Gamble Ed.S Oct 17
6th grade cleared out most of my books in the library. They are all excited to earn a button for each ProjectLit book they read. I might have been making buttons all day, but worth it. thanks for helping promote them!
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Natasha Cox 🌻 Oct 17
Thank you for your personalized message to our scholars!! They got such joy from hearing your words and the reaffirmation that black and brown children can be their quirky selves also. 🙌🏾 📚💙
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Natasha Cox 🌻 Oct 17
25 Ss, 6 Educators... Interacting over breakfast and The Last Last Day of Summer by . 📚💙
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Project LIT Youngstown Oct 17
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