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MindShift Feb 16
When we read to our children, they are doing more work than meets the eye. "It's that muscle they're developing bringing the images to life in their minds."
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Paula Guhin Feb 14
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Shortstory Woman 23h
Dont u love new books too? Rrsfing & learning from the Best. ☺💓🍵🍪☕
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Story Terrace Feb 17
“There are many little ways to enlarge your world. Love of books is the best of all.” – Jacqueline Kennedy
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Dr Steven Roberts Feb 19
There’s two types of academic in the world. Those like me who have 63 tabs open simultaneously. And those who think the former are psychologically compromised.
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Paulo Arsa 22h
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AuchmutyReads 15h
The books are always better than the Movies!
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Caryn Hoang Feb 18
Yes. This. If only...
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Retrograph 22h
Time to catch up on our
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Anaheim Hills Montessori School Feb 14
Reading to Your Children A fun bonding activity that you could do with your child is to read stories to them. Doing so will allow them to further develop their communication skills while they enjoy themselves.
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Maple Cross School Feb 19
Mrs Biss is clocking up the minutes.
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Marvlvs Library Jazz Bar Feb 18
February’s Tonight 20hs
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Melanie Feb 18
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Crickette 13h
If you like Christian fiction books in the romance department i highly recommend this
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sthslibrary 7h
Another Book Trailer from STHS Library Aides. I believe this one is from 1st period.
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JessMunn Feb 18
Todays audio book.😉 it's very funny. This is the only way I get to read anymore One child Chores Cooking Packing All means I cannot pick up an actual book. I miss the smell of the pages. But at least I can still enjoy a story.❤
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Leena Maria Feb 18
One of the greatest joys in life is a good book.
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Thomas Lister Feb 18
I've found it useful to keep a log of my . My work primarily revolves around my (300 words), (chap/article) and goals...everything else (meetings, emails, faff) is secondary! OneNote keeps it all in one place. What do others do?
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Emily Adkins 20h
We are all ready to rock and roll with our Freshman . 😍😍😍
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