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Miss Gee Nov 24
I need great library/librarian/book podcasts to listen to. Help me out
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Candlewick Classroom 9h
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Lena Troxtell Aug 4
Alright friends, I want to follow some more people. Really looking for people who can help me grow as an educator. Who should I follow?
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Library Girl Jun 10
I was honored to write alongside for today's post. Any policy that requires schools/districts to choose between classroom and school libraries is not one that prioritizes the literacy needs of kids. Kids need books everywhere.
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Jillian Heise Nov 28
Finally had time to sit down & figure out embedding Google Slides into a blog post, so I can now more easily share my presentation. 70 new favorite picture books for read alouds!
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Jess Keating Jun 29
Hey ! Is this series on your radar? It should be. 💙
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Andy Schoenborn 4h
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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Jarrett Lerner Sep 9
WOW! Super honored to have ENGINERDS at the top of this list! I work hard on my beginnings — I want to hook a reader, and then make it just about impossible for them to put the book down! Thanks , , and Kris Barr Paquette, and for sharing!
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MsMoser 10h
Observing the first day of book clubs always warms my heart. Ss were so excited to talk about their novels. A true testament that choice matters! Not one Ss forgot their hw because they were invested!
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Kathy M Burnette ; Jul 13
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Julie Kirchner Jun 3
Whoa! Sure am glad my friends encouraged me to listen to this audio by ! Powerful YA novel in verse, read by the author. It made me think, hurt, and feel the power of poetry to heal and grow.
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Hugh McDonald Dec 9
had me riveted. Sts who like hist fiction will enjoy Grenade. The struggle to survive, doing your best to understand soldiers as humans, deal w/ fear, immense sadness inside oneself, & loss of friends & family. Page turner but a challenging read
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Jake Burt Feb 21
Hey and any other MG/Kidlit book bloggers and tours: I got ARCs of book #2, and I'd be honored to see what you think! DM me!
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Ginger Healy Jul 8
So enjoyed this moving story by . Without a place to permanently call home, Cora struggles to feel settled & is looking for belonging. Cora’s strong spirit will speak to readers of all ages. Check out JUST UNDER THE CLOUDS! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Tony Keefer 5 Oct 17
Thinking my new license plate is pretty lit.
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TeachersforTeachers Sep 9
Great list of middle grade books! Can't wait to read ENGINERDS by
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Jillian Heise Dec 5
The new Scholastic Acron books are going to be perfect for my emergent readers! And they'll be having fun while they read them.
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Mike Archer 🌻 ⏳ Dec 9
Greetings from a retired teacher and guy on a fixed income. I read like crazy and save a bundle by using with for FREE ebooks at public libraries. Bye bye amazon. Hello beer money.
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Linda Simonds Aug 12
Our admins have been so supportive of building our book room and classroom libraries. This year is going to be great! 📚 Ditching the basal and getting kids reading books they choose and love! ❤️
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Cindy Minnich 18h
READING IN SOVIET LINES by Eugene Yelchin and M.T. Anderson
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