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Molly Ness / End Book Deserts Jan 15
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Vicki Schuette Dec 29
Love James Patterson for a quick read on an icy day.
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Emily Fɾαɳƈιʂ 💫 Jan 5
I cannot put this book down 😭😔 The stories! The struggles! The resilience! The Other Side. ESL , get this book! Wow!
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Erica Shook 🦩 Dec 30
A 3rd winter break book read. I ❤️, ❤️, ❤️ Scythe. I wanted to throw Thunderhead across the room. I waited FOREVER for The Toll. Now I have so much to say that I don’t even know where to start. This was easily one of my favorite YA series of this decade. Read it!!
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Erin (Giblin) Kiger Jan 4
My for yesterday was a blog post by my friend . It has given me much to think about:
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Jessica Chandler Jan 3
was on my reading plate today. Advocacy is most powerful when it is focused on possible solutions. -
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Rebecca Toleman Dec 30
Woodson proving to not disappoint one again!
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burgomi Jan 19
Replying to @BookYourselfNow
Hi my name is michele and I am brand new at Twitter and EdChat!
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Jamie Leach Jan 3
Done and done 📖😉👍☕👟 time to crack open a new book...stay tuned 😉 Enjoy Today!
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M. Jaramillo Dec 29
Book #7 of my was “New Kid” . This 📖enlightens everyone to the fact that all Ss are diverse in their own way & how everyone has struggles, even those that appear to have it all/have it all together. Every MS student needs to read this 📖!
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#BookYourself Jan 19
It's time for our second question. Reply with A2: (your reply) and
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Kristi Dec 30
“readers often seek their mirrors in books” ~Dr. Rudine Sime Bishop Make sure you have mirrors to represent ALL readers in your room.
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Katie Kelly 📚📝 Dec 29
Excited to crack open a new book about one of my favorite humans. ❤️
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Lᴀᴜʀᴀ Sᴛᴇɪɴʙʀɪɴᴋ #RockNTheBoat Jan 4
Day 7 Finishing w/this quote (Ch. 19) by : “This conversation is about providing access, opportunity, and empowerment for all kids to leverage their gifts and abilities to do what they want to do.” Yes!
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Kristi Dec 29
Sneaky reading before services... “Don’t look at a stranger and jump to conclusions. Look at the stranger’s world.”
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John Martinez Jan 3
“High expectations policies make sense only if your students are buttressed by high supports... kids raised in poverty are often those who have the least access to services & accommodations.” by
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Jocelyn McIntosh Dec 29
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amandasalt Dec 29
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𝔻𝕠𝕟 𝕊𝕥𝕦𝕣𝕞🔜IDEAcon💡 Dec 30
Day 2. Reading Invisible Women by . We should all read books that challenge our thinking!
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Dr. Stephanie Affinito 10h
These book darts are life-changing. I must have more.
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