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Sara K. Ahmed Jul 25
Once more, for the people in the back... Graphic novels and comics are a medium, not a genre.
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Don Vu Jul 24
This is happening tomorrow! So excited to and honored to be a part of this day!
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erika long Jul 23
My slides and digital handout from my session at the Scholastic in Austin are now available for those who asked or are interested. Slides 👇🏽Handout up next.
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Karina Almanza Jul 25
“To nurture a reader, you must know the reader.” thank you for your wisdom.
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Valarie Seita Jul 25
Stop being the reading police or judge. We complain that kids don’t read and then we bemoan their reading choices when they do. The best book for a kid is the one they will read. Thank you, @donalynmiller!
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Library Girl Jul 25
I ♥️ this photo of me sharing 's wisdom!
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Don Vu Jul 26
I made this video a few years ago while studying the research behind the importance of independent reading in schools. I shared this at the yesterday and promised to send a link out. Feel free to share!
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Kristin Patrick Jul 27
Calendar is marked for June 18, 2020 in Indianapolis! I'm already thinking I will host a giant party in my backyard! Until then, I am hopeful many will come to Indiana State Literacy Association 2019 Conference on September 14! 💛
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John Schu Jul 26
I'm actually sad season is over. I'm grateful for all the teacher-librarians, classroom teachers, specialists, administrators, and authors with whom I celebrated story throughout the summer.
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Dr. Olga Rios Jul 25
Let kids read...anything! Enjoying a very informative and inspiring day.
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Mariko Carlisle Jul 25
Literacy as a tool for transformation
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Donalyn Miller Jul 25
recommends this article about advocacy and library programs, “Advocate This, Not That!”:
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Klentzman Library Jul 16
The best book for a child to read is the book he/she actually wants to read!
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John Schu Jul 26
Replying to @MrSchuReads
Here are the dates and locations for the 2020 Reading Summits. See you next year, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Orlando, Philadelphia, Dallas, and Costa Mesa!
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🌍 ναℓєηтιηα gσηzαℓєz Jul 25
I remember being ashamed of my culture once upon a time. I don’t wish this feeling upon any child or person.
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Don Vu Jul 26
The is always so inspiring. Loved being with good friends and and meeting new friends and ! All good people!
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Kristen Picone Jul 18
at the ! Love these ladies! Hope you will join us November 2nd!
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Cheyenne Aug 21
Ahhhh I can’t wait to start reading this with my class! They can’t wait either. , I told them all about my experience meeting you and they can’t believe you signed my book!
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Todd Nesloney Jul 25
Love this idea of a Principal’s Book Club with students as shared by
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Rhonda Jenkins Jul 22
On my way home after almost a month on the go! The crazy New York weather diverted my flight to Boston! I'm stuck at the airport until 7 am. 😕 One cool thing...I got to see this at the airport!
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