Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Tim Zullinger Feb 14
Replying to @neilhimself
As much as I enjoyed Narnia and Tolkien, it was Lloyd Alexander’s Prydain books (specifically Castle of Llyr) and the Moomintroll books that made me the most... just look at those illustrations!
Reply Retweet Like
Neil Gaiman Feb 14
I remember my local library going through hell to order the Three Investigators books for me, because I told them the author was Alfred Hitchcock and that wasn't what was in their system.
Reply Retweet Like
NY Public Library Feb 10
How do we ? Let us count the ways.
Reply Retweet Like
Zack Davisson @ ECCC Y5 Feb 14
I can't remember ever not being a reader, even back from Dick & Jane books were always magic to me. But maybe what really made me hardcore were the Three Investigators series. I beelined straight for any new volume during RIF book fairs.
Reply Retweet Like
Kristin Oropeza 1h
Welcome to tonight's - we are discussing all things BOOKS this evening! Hope you can stick around and join us for our 30-minute chat - short, sweet & easy to digest!
Reply Retweet Like
Raúl E. Esparza Feb 13
Tomorrow night, check out , tap this link for tickets:
Reply Retweet Like
Melissa Harris-Perry Feb 14
Rudine Sims Bishop taught us mirrors reflect our own experiences, culture, and communities. Mirrors build identity. Windows offer a view of something outside ourselves. Windows develop empathy. The best stories do both.
Reply Retweet Like
Mark Campbell Feb 16
I think I’ll spend this evening on an adventure with a good book
Reply Retweet Like
ChilderThorntonEnglishHub Feb 14
Best way to celebrate Valentine’s Day
Reply Retweet Like
Yasmin Rashid Feb 14
I came back to class to find my books gone! 😱 So glad the children have taken books to read over half term. Can't wait to hear who has read the most books. 😊
Reply Retweet Like
Benjamin Button 37m
I've finally finished my list of the Top 3 books of 2019! Check it out on my blog.
Reply Retweet Like
Kristin Oropeza Feb 16
Are you a ? You’re going to want to check out our next this Wed. 2/19 @ 8pm PST. We are talking books! Come join in - all teachers welcome!
Reply Retweet Like
Kristin Oropeza 2h
It's happening in about 40 minutes!! goes down at 8pm PST! Join us as we talk about our love of books!
Reply Retweet Like
St Helens Libraries Feb 17
Morning Twitterland 😊 What feels like... 😍 📚💜 💜📚
Reply Retweet Like
Allison Shaver 6h
The Lions have great taste in books!
Reply Retweet Like
Lucy 7h
You know a book is good when you've read half of it in two days!! 📚
Reply Retweet Like
Patrick Stewart Feb 14
At 13, I read Raymond Chandler's The Big Sleep. It was the first American book I read. After Chandler, I moved on to Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Steinbeck and on & on. These American writers introduced me to the beautiful, private world of reading. Happy 125th, .
Reply Retweet Like
St Mary's High Green 22h
Get involved in the - this fantastic event is taking place tomorrow
Reply Retweet Like
James Taylor Feb 18
I know they take up space, and some (grumpy) people might ask why?, but my goodness book vending machines are seriously cool
Reply Retweet Like
the 3rd Craig Robinson Feb 15
The 4 cornerstones of my origin from grade school and junior high:
Reply Retweet Like