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Nate Balcom 24h
Book #12 of my Challenge! Your First Year: How to Survive and Thrive as a New Teacher by *Reading/Researching books to purchase for my new teachers. This book should get them off to a great start! Wish I had this book before my first year teaching!
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Suzanne Sannwald 4h
Replying to @suzannesannwald
Book 25 of : Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks by Jeanne Theoharris reveals shallowness our understandings, with Parks often existing as a symbol only “I hope to someday see an end to the conditions in our country that would make people want to hurt others” -Parks
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Reba Tierney 4h
Book #13 of Crocodile on the Sandbank by Elizabeth Peters. The setting and the mystery? Good fun. The cringeworthy racism, white savior tropes, and admiration for British Imperialism? Not so much fun.
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Kari Healy 4h
Book 15 of -this will make you think about what you see happening in communities across the country. Moss’ dad was killed by a police officer & now 6 years later at his school students are treated like criminals. Powerful book 2 share.
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Reba Tierney 23h
Book #12 of The Fire This Time edited by Wow. This amazingly powerful book is a MUST read. I will be recommending it all over the place!
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Robin LaBarbera Jul 13
‘s brilliantly told story of a family’s struggles with their mama’s mental illness. Told from 12 year old Della Kelly’s perspective, this is a great story that shows not all families are the same. There were many tears and cheers while reading this book.
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Nate Balcom 9h
Book #13 of my Challenge! Poirot Investigates (Hercule Poirot #3) by Agatha Christie.
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DeAnn Nelson Jul 10
Book 13&14 ✅✅ Patina was awesome! Can’t wait to finish the Track series! Definitely buying them for my class. Loved Witch of Blackbird Pond. Quick moving with a strong and vibrant protagonist.
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Nate Balcom Jul 13
Book #10 of my Challenge! Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by Always a fun read. Still not my favorite of the series, probably my second from the bottom. But it's Harry and any Harry Potter makes the world a better place.
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Nate Balcom Jul 13
Book #11 of my Challenge! What Great Principals Do Differently: 18 Things That Matter Most, 2nd Edition by
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MacArthur Library Jul 14
Book 8 of ! Finished this darkly entertaining story in a beautiful library, appropriately enough.
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Maya Bery Jul 11
Book 12 for my is the sequel to Warcraft, Wildcard, which gets ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ from me for being even more engaging and surprising and thought-provoking than Warcraft. I love the diversity of the characters and the way the story of Zero and Nano…
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Angela Tarr Jul 8
Book #8 - “The law should allow a person to marry anyone he wants.” This true story of the Lovings is written beautifully in verse form. Historical and yet so relevant today.
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Lisa Lindeman Jul 14
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Amy Page, Librarian Jul 8
Fun read for ages 8+. Two kids, who are struggling to fit in socially, connect through online scrabble games. Includes interesting pieces of trivia that intertwine into the story.
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Mrs. McCarthy113 Jul 10
Book #6: This one was out of my genre comfort zone but came highly recommended by a student. So glad I took her recommendation and even more excited to continue the series!
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KathleenCurrieSmith Jul 13
Replying to @AcevedoWrites
22 of Please write a sequel !!
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Amy Page, Librarian Jul 9
You can never go wrong reading anything by Alan Gratz. I loved this one! A very important message for both kids & adults! Kids need freedom to read what they want! Recommend age 9+
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Mrs. Toflinski 10h
Book 24: “We Are Okay.” I’ve never read a Nina LaCour book I didn’t fall in love with 💛.
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Ms. Quesada Montville Jul 14
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