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Krom 10h
I took my classes to our library today and was happy to put today's book, Life of Pi by Yann Martel, into one of my student's hands. I loved the twisting allegory & wonderful imagery.
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EmmabBooks 4h
This is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel, narrated by Gabra Zackman An uplifting story about accepting differences in yourself and others. 5* s from me; I loved every moment of it.
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Jami Duffy Jan 16
I love that each book holds the dream of the author, and the daydream of the reader. What's on your reading list this year?
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Elaine Stores - This Grateful Mama 9h
I’m hoping to read more in 2019. What are you reading?
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Ivy Riane Jan 16
Suggestions please! I am looking for a new book to start reading and looking to expand my horizons! I currently only read in English and a little bit of Spanish. Any topic is fair game!
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Carmela Orsini Jan 16
RT from Novel_Effect: Walking ✅ Talking ✅ Now they're learning to read! Check out our recommended 2019 for 1st & 2nd Graders for books that will make learning fun - new readers will adore bringing the story to life with only their voice: …
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scroll.in 9h
: Six articles on Maharashtra’s dance bar ban and its impact on dancers, business owners
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Carmela Orsini 16h
RT from Novel_Effect: Reading comprehension & critical thinking are becoming a part of children's curriculums earlier & earlier 📚 Our for 3rd & 4th Graders has recommended titles that are great for immersive reading w/ sound effects & mu…
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Burning Chair Jan 16
Can any Canadians out there reassure the rest of us that Robertson Davies is at least seen as one of the best authors ever in his home country? No one we speak to has even HEARD of the Fifth Business (sigh!)
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reading guru review 10h
Kicking off 2019 with a Agatha Christie novel, “Three Act Tragedy.” Check out my full review of this stumping whodunit mystery.
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K.A.Williams Jan 14
Hey Twitter! I’m looking for my next read. Any recommendations? I’m feeling epic fantasy, but am open to suggestions.
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Elles Lohuis Ph.D. Jan 12
Looking forward to the release of The Glovemaker by - on my Thanks for the recommendation
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Deborah Lancaster Jan 15
Book 4/2019: This House is Haunted by John Boyne.
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Garrett Graham Jan 15
Setup my feature script reading list for 2019. Been saving pages for future teaching reference.
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Ch Talha Hanif 18h
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Mark Laurence Jan 10
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Jenevive Desroches 18h
Research , via the generousity of a new friend. Not Yet Uhuru is insightful and informative, if dense and dry. It's only one perspective on Kenya's history and fight for independence, but it's a deep perspective.
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S&S Jan 14
Day 16 of our Literary Challenge! We nominate to share some of their favourite reads!
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Shauna Lichtblau 15h
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Brian McLaughlin 18h
Next book for 2019: The Phoenix Project -
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