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Kathleen Plond Dec 7
How do you get teachers to make time for personal reading? If Ts don't read, how can they recommend books to kids?
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Cindy Minnich Feb 16
Top Ten Reasons School Counselors Want Students to Read: Social-Emotional Learning Opportunities! by Sarah Scheerger
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Christina Nosek Jan 5
We're looking to add to our historical fiction book clubs. 4th-6th grade teachers, which titles do you love? We're especially interested in titles. Thanks so much!
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Jillian Heise Feb 8
Me to 1st grader with a stack of 10 books to check out: "That's a lot of books!" πŸ“š Her: "Yeah, it's so I can have more knowledge in my brain." 🀣 Her after I scan them all: "I like books. Books are awesome!" 😍
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Andy Schoenborn Dec 13
A4: We work in cooperation not competition. I honor the reading/topic choices that are important to my students. The vibrancy of their responses yield thoughtful insight that we share through written pieces for and ’s
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Nerdy Math Teacher Feb 15
Help!! Best novels in Spanish?
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Ryan M. Hanna πŸ“š Feb 5
The Remember Balloons by is SUCH an important book. It provided comfort to me, as a child of an aging parent. This book is a must for kids and their families as an introduction to memory loss and a source of solace. Thank you for writing this book!
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Molly Ness Dec 7
PLN I Need tech tools to compile the lists of book recs I give to parents and kids. Ideas? @
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Kristin Jones Feb 2
So excited to learn from THE Book Whisperer herself !! I even was able to grab β€˜s new book while I’m here!! 🀩 So much joy on this Saturday! ✨
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Brian Hamer Feb 11
Finished Long Way Down by . Absolutely amazing read.
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Erin Varley Dec 18
We are cruising at one read aloud completed per month this year! Any suggestions for January?
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Brian Pahl, M.Ed. Feb 16
Thanks to generous grants from and Bellingham Public Schools Foundation, Sunnyland Elementary is expanding the of our school . What are some titles you recommend?
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Oona Marie Abrams Jan 19
Saturdays in north Jersey = πŸ€ͺ, but glad we made it to part of story time with at ! Loved that my older kids could camp out and read in the aisle while their little brother participated.
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Pizzazz Book Promo 3h
β˜…THE CURSE OF THE GATEWAYβ˜… Missing Parts of the Case Part Two of the Gateway Series βœ” Spokenamos bookboost ✎via Pizzazz Book Promotions
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Paula Bourque πŸ“šβœοΈ Jan 5
Going to try to appreciate and savor the intentional moves of authors this year by collecting in a notebook. From IN YOUR SHOES. What are your fav lines/excerpts?
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Kristin Jones Feb 2
β€œWhat messages are we sending our students? We must be careful not to let our preferences become our biases projected onto our kids .” - πŸ™ŒπŸ½
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Jessie Schlater Jan 20
A great middle grade read to kick off 2019! I really appreciated its honest look at life in our current world. A great mirror or window for my students. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
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Reading in the Middle Grades Feb 16
Replying to @nerdybookclub
Thank you for the opportunity to share my thoughts!
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Renee Bowman Feb 1
I’m going to for year #3 and bringing along three other members for an epic road trip! Is it July yet? My cup of kidlit love needs a refill!
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Pizzazz Book Promo 17h
β˜…LILY'S HOMECOMING UNDER FIREβ˜… βœ” bookboost aburke59 Pizzazz_Books
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