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Hannah Sheppard Nov 21
Final Week Klaxon! You only have until next Friday (27th November) to submit your work for consideration for 's virtual - details here:
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Annie Purcell Nov 23
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Meg Medina Nov 23
🎉🎉🎉It's official! EVELYN DEL REY IS MOVING AWAY has been selected for School Library Journal Best Books 2020 list.
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Danielle Justina 11h
Thank you for the beautiful books!! We can’t wait to build our baby’s home library 📚💜!
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DiversiThink Nov 20
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Molly Ness / End Book Deserts Nov 22
Check out the representation in the cover of this gem from ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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ᒎᗩᑎᗴ丅 ᗩᑎᗪᗴᖇᔕᗝᑎ Nov 21
Every story is valid. Now more than ever. What are we asking our students to read? Why?
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Jenny Nov 22
My friends, Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas is an excellent book. Highly, highly recommend! And it's a debut! Aiden Thomas has an exciting career in front of them!
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Danielle Larca Nov 18
Used this as a prompt with 4th gr to discuss representation in literature and whose story matters (spoiler alert - it's everyone's).
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McBride Stories Nov 20
STEM before bed! Here is a beautiful picture of siblings reading before bed. We need more scientists, engineers, and mathematicians.
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Stacey Berg Nov 20
Best children’s books of 2020 celebrate a growing diversity
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PJ Our Way Nov 23
New Life Goal: Read every single one of these diverse contemporary MG books, including PJ Our Way title MY BASMATI BAT MITZVAH by and LILY AND DUNKIN by PJ Our Way author !
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Alice Speilburg Nov 23
I donated to a teacher on who wanted to stock more diverse books so her students could see themselves in stories. She sent me pictures of the books that she reads to them over Zoom. Teachers are amazing.
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Julie DuVall Nov 17
Barcoding hundreds of copies of Long Way Down by for our kiddos.
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McBride Stories 20h
Building My Self e-STEAM in Science. Teaching kids about friendship and confidence through an education in STEAM. Great work
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#STEMLIBRARY Nov 17
For collection development - Building the world we want to have for our readers!
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Holly Painter Nov 18
Created myself a new poster to hang beside my growing classroom book collection.
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Julie Klug Nov 17
Add these to your book list ❣👋🏾👏👏🏻📗📖📙😀
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ᒎᗩᑎᗴ丅 ᗩᑎᗪᗴᖇᔕᗝᑎ Nov 16
Thank you Barrington Area Library for this TEDx opportunity to speak about the importance of being seen and valued. In our books. In our curriculum. In our society. ./watch?v=gP76xG4RfYo&feature=https://t.co/o2vjmuxXYh
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Jasmine A. Stirling, Jane Austen: Most Clever Girl Nov 21
“If you come as softly as the wind within the trees. You may hear what I hear. See what sorrow sees. If you come as lightly as threading dew, I will take you gladly, nor ask more of you.” ​ ​@jacqueline_woodson ​ ​ ​
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