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Donna Friend 51s
Just caught a student smiling at the pages of ODD ONE OUT by , and I love it! She's in the middle, and I'm dying to know what made her grin, but I just can't bring myself to interrupt her.
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Gwen Milne Sep 16
When long days end up having long nights... Thank heavens for good coffee and great stories
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Charles Moore 59m
My first thoughts this morning are that I hope all of our kiddos that stayed home from school are safe. My second thought is that I hope they are safely wrapped up in a book they love and spend some of their day reading.
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Brandi Hodges 13m
Did you know our library just joined the Arkansas Digital Library Consortium? Now you can really get excited about reading on day! I need one of those tshirts !
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Kyli Keller Sep 12
Always looking for YA books to build my diverse library. Looking for some critical literacy reads. Any suggestions!?
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Vicki Nesting 9m
This is me when I hear Paulette Jules has a new book coming out next year.
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Popple 18h
I'm so excited! I've finished all my assigned reading for university and now I get to actually chose a book and not have to annotate as I read! I mean, I love making notes in books, but wow do I need to just read a book right now!
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Mrs. Kepsel 12h
Excited is an understatement... I spend over 90% of my allotted department funding each year towards the most important supply of our classroom...BOOKS!!! Cannot wait to get these into students’ hands ASAP!
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Laura Sep 15
I finished reading “Severance” by Ling Ma today (in the Nextcloud Conference lunch queue because this is how I do social events✌️) and I am speechless. It’s the best kind of post-apocalyptic dystopian sci-fi. So, so, SO FUCKING GOOD.
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Stephen Briseño Sep 16
Fellow ELA teachers: I have a student who's told me he's "not a reader," but he's finished two books--House Arrest and Long Way Down--and I have nothing else to offer him tomorrow. Suggestions for other novels-in-verse geared towards male readers?
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Mrs. Hackett Sep 16
It’s here...😍. I know just who I’m going to offer it to first - a Grade 12 student who said “I know we can’t read graphic texts.” Social, political and historical literacy comes in many forms.
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Kimberly Rose Johnson Sep 16
You’re Invited to the Small-Town Christmas Wishes Series Facebook Party
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Miss Rollo 1h
“Ms. Rollo can I read my independent reading book I finished the assignment”
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Deb@TheReadingChick 20h
You need to follow this great , Blogger to Blogger Series: An Interview with Charley @ BooksandBakes1
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Amanda 🏳️‍🌈💜 12h
I’ve been sucking so bad lately. I’m sorry. Here’s a photo. I love you all 😁 . . . .
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Gina Faust 50m
Kindergartners are studying the work of Cynthia Rylant!
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Lynn Hagen 17h
We’re on day 21 of school and my 30 10th graders have finished 37 books so far!
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Karen Hulene Bartell Sep 17
Keya finds buried treasure & love, but can she save the beach? Can Ruth find the murderer or solve 400-y-o mystery? Join them as they mingle with ghosts & talk with turtles.
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Amy Brown Sep 16
on a bookshelf by CLX’s own artsy and wonderful Ms. Davis! Absolutely love this!!
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Shana Karnes Sep 16
My daughters, ages 1 and 3. ❤️
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