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Iren Adams Sep 13
strikes again. Let's share some good vibes with the and . Comment with a fun gif, like, retweet and follow.
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SG Minae Sep 13
Hey It's time for : Check these out! /: Post a blurb, summary, pic &/or link to your work! Pls: Like, Follow, RT
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Antara Roy O Sep 10
'She was a ghost, then?' 'Well, she was someone from another world, who came to lend me a helping hand.' Ghostly tales on
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Miss G 🌸 Sep 12
Do any of you lovely people recommend any chapter book reads for Year 1? We have just finished 'The owl who was afraid of the dark' and with the help of a puppet they loved it 🦉
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h.s.rehman Sep 8
Readers, your advice is needed please! Do you prefer reading short stories or novels? Please kindly like & retweet too!
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Novelicious Sep 15
Date a girl who reads Or better yet, date a girl who writes — Rosemarie Urquico
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U-M Rackham Inst Sep 11
Being read to is beneficial for people of all ages! Poet and author, Michael Rosen advocates for aloud to your children into their teenage years. Read the rest of his argument here:
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Mims the Word Sep 11
Where are all the dad bod romance novels? Asking for me.
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Novelicious Sep 9
When I think of all the books still left for me to read, I'm certain of further Renard
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MindShift Sep 11
There's a "Goldilocks effect" with stories. Audio only = too cold. Animated = too hot. Illustrated book = just right. Researchers saw increased connectivity between — and among — all the relevant brain networks
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Jon Winokur Sep 8
You should read and read, to find out what kind of writer you want to be, and then write and write, to find out what kind of writer you actually are. The two are often two different things. COLSON WHITEHEAD
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Iren Adams Sep 15
and . Let's launch a 4. How often do you the rest of the series if you liked the first book? Leave a comment with you reason.
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Camilla Writes Sep 11
"Innogen Forest" is a story, based on "Cymbeline" by William Shakespeare, about virtue, coming of age, gender identity, dancing, magic, a little blood and some helpful Otherworldly friends. Read the first chapter for
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Iren Adams Sep 10
Time for a Q3. and . What is your favorite genre to or ? If it is another, leave a comment. And let's keep connecting, leave link to your profile.
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WeAreTeachers Sep 10
Can't go wrong with a classroom Bookflix! 😍 Here are 30 other tips for setting up a library your kids will love:
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Rash Khan Sep 15
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Jessica de la Davies 120K Sep 9
Dear Writing Community, Please tell me a little about your book? Photos welcome❣️
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Suzanne Adlof Sep 14
This quote from a student makes me feel like I have succeeded as an instructor!
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John Mead Sep 13
THE FOURTH VICTIM "If your like me and you like a well written police procedural read then I certainly recommend this one. " says
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Andrea Childes Sep 14
If I take this picture of all my favorite fall colored books, do you think the weather will follow? I’m so over it being hot with heat advisories! I NEED FALL WEATHER 😆!
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