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Miss Hansell Feb 20
A4: What happened after Logan Lindquist got taken out of class? Did they determine that he was the one responsible for the noose incident? If so, what sort of consequences were there for his actions?
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56 West Salon and Sp Feb 20
Before and After! //:.Balayage+Toner:// W/the perfect blend! 💜💗❤ Color By Breanna @that_breegirl
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Wendy Bellew Feb 20
The noose incident was really skimmed over. And Clint’s comment that Isabella must have gotten her looks from her mom...so much to talk about there, but it never went any further.
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Jennifer B Feb 20
A3: Blended is for anyone. Blended can help not only people in a divorced family situation, but also outsiders working to understand those who come from a divorced family situation.
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Katie Caprino Feb 20
A5 I would also like to pair this book with The Hate You Give (which is for older readers) but could help students explore similar themes.
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Denaye Wyland Feb 20
A1 - I would rate 3/5 stars. I loved that fact that it hits such hard topics, such as divorce, racial issues, etc. however, I think that it should focus more on these topic because it left me with a lot of unanswered questions.
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Kristin Wilkinson Feb 20
A1: I would rate a 4/5 stars on good reads. I agree with many of you that there were so many great themes to touch on, but the extra police brutality and gun violence was a little too overwhelming to squeeze in at the very end!
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Kristin Wilkinson Feb 20
A5: I might use as a recommendation for individual students or as an introduction to discussing some tough themes in my future classroom
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Katie Caprino Feb 20
A3 I think this is for students who look like Izzy but also got those who don’t. I think it’s also for parents and teachers. It helps us gain a lens that not all of us have.
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Angel Richard Feb 20
Replying to @wlbellew
I had this same reaction for both of these instances! I wished the topic would have been pushed and explored. I don’t think it got the attention it deserved
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Kristin Wilkinson Feb 20
A3: is for all readers. It can be used effectively either as a window or mirror book (like said!) that could impact almost every middle grade reader as well as older students
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Sharon Cook Feb 15
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Adnohser 💅🏾 Feb 16
Overall great suggestion & experience for all.. That was mine and Kevin’s 1st play date too lol.. I remember that day as much as I will today 🙏🏾 The 1st time 2/16/18 ❤️
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Miss Hansell Feb 20
A3: is a book that anyone can read. For students who may be going through something similar to Isabella, her character can serve as someone they can relate to. For students, and even teachers, that might not have or...
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Katie Caprino Feb 20
A4 I think I would like to ask what about today’s context made this book necessary.
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Wendy Bellew Feb 20
Hi, everyone! Excited to chat about today. I have to agree with what many of you said here. I would rate this book a 3/5. Too many topics covered, but not nearly enough depth to any of them.
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Kristin Wilkinson Feb 20
A2: I think this comment is truly valid. Most of these topics are untouched in middle grades fiction, but a lot of actual middle grade students will find it easy to relate to Isabella.
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Jerilyn E. McConchie 11h
Don’t be too jellie - Next week Thursday, I get to spend the whole day with and
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Gretchen Kassel 8h
The Blend Ed learning cohorts becoming master discussion designers!
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Staci Jo Enterline Feb 15
Got to add SO much depth and dimension to this ombré 😍
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