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Lauren D'Alessio Oct 1
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The Passed Note Oct 6
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Ms. Peña Mar 15
My morning Kroger run ended with an addition to my classroom library!
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Rebecca Lorenzo 22h
Popularity, Spies and Other Alternative to Necromancy
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Patti Kenny Aug 22
Just got my grad class required reading list...may be looking at the best semester ever!
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LadyTea Itson-Scurry Feb 3
📖Beautiful book cover. Looking forward to this read...
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Kristen Kehoe May 11
tell me something real "He hurts himself to save her."
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Rebecca Lorenzo Jan 19
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🕸️ Emilio "Don't follow the lights" A.B 🎃 Aug 25
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Ali Norris Apr 12
I’m enjoying this novel; it is a bit predictable, but gotta love YA Dystopian.
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Jennifer Y. Jan 25
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👻 Carly Olsen 🎃 May 18
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NiKi Blaylock Aug 9
One more bookcase donated to my classroom, which means I’ve got room for SO MANY NEW BOOKS! 🤩📚📚📚📚
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Molly Olsen Mar 23
To start things out on a “teacher-y” note, I’ll list my top 5 favorite books: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” - , “We Are Okay” - , “Why We Broke Up” - , “Moo” - , “Paper Towns” - ✨📚✨
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Riley Elizabeth: YA Author Feb 12
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Amey Coleman Jul 23
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Riley Elizabeth: YA Author Feb 14
Two hours worth of focus, excitement, and more story to tell. ❤️
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Rae Sep 29
How many books did you read this month? I think I'm going to end the month with 11 books. ❤📚⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣
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Stacy Padula Oct 15
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clarkechocolate Jun 28
Reading of empowering authors who push boundaries and challenge their readers makes me want to be an even stronger writer.
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