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BookingAround Mar 24
Kind of trying to stick to rough alphabetical order with my challenge, but skipping a few harder to get (I'll be back to you, Andorra...)
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HarvillSecker 5 Feb 15
It's and we're celebrating ! What are your top world lit picks? RT to win ours!
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HarvillSecker 5 Feb 15
RT to win these special editions of our top international classics to celebrate ! @annmorgan30
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kids connect Sep 4
Today a returning student (SK) delighted in showing me all the plaintain 🌱 she noticed on the hardtop our our door, & then spun some ideas about why they grew in such patterns w/ other plants. Day 1. Plant inquiry. 😍💚🌱
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Heather McKay 29 Apr 17
Love how the world is opening in front of his 5 year old eyes: Mom, do you see the pattern!?"
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BookingAround Feb 28
Next stop in is Albania and one of very few books with an attractive film tie-in cover from
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Kristin Ziemke 11 Feb 16
Just so you know I was a part of this lounge act during the chat. 😳 Seriously. Talk about
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Ann Morgan 25 Mar 15
Thanks to for a lovely evening last night. I've never signed so many books in one go before!
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thebooktrail 5 Feb 15
Paying homage to @Annmorgan30 we want to know where you have visited via a book? share here or FB x
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Stories of the World 23 Apr 17
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AMY-LOUISE☕️📚 Apr 17
Failing a little bit with my Reading the World challenge at the moment. If anyone has any suggestions, please send them my way!
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Pritha Bardhan 6 Sep 16
I'm One book from every country in the world
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Dana H. Maloney Mar 4
21st c. literacy skills (enduring understandings for students & teacher alike): Narrative is not just what we READ but what we LIVE. We are characters in this setting in this text, facing these conflicts. So how do we read this text-& act?
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Leah Henderson 27 Jun 17
So great to meet in person and pick up her gorgeous book AHIMSA. Can't wait to be immersed in her world!
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Elie Jun 16
Next up: Country #108, Cuba! Represented by Alejo Carpentier, The Lost Steps (translated by Harriet de Onís). It's a pristine 1980 Penguin Modern Classics and smells amazing. Very excited!
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Jennifer Mason ECE Apr 11
Great first day at and looking forward to two more!
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Dawn O'Porter 18 May 15
This information just blew my mind bit. 500 books A DAY?!?!
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Stories of the World 20 Jul 16
So this happened. Found 19 books on offer this holiday, authors born in 13 countries
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Stephany Tullis 3 Mar 16
Celebrate with a great book. "The more you read, the more you know" ~Dr. Seuss
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Center for Learning 11 Apr 17
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