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Back again...

For a number of reasons, it has been almost two months since I posted something here. There has been a combination of things that have kept me from this, including, but not limited to, the fact that we recently spent almost a month out of the country. 319 more words


Book Review: Hunting Lila by Sarah Alderson

 Title: Hunting Lila

Author: Sarah Alderson

Page count: 306 pages

Genre: YA, Paranormal, Mystery 

Type: Kindle Edition 


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“17-year-old Lila has two secrets she’s prepared to take to the grave. 424 more words

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Book Review - The Food of a Younger Land

The Food of a Younger Land by Mark Kurlansky is a compilation of essays, recipes, photographs, and other pieces from a government-funded program started in the 1930’s known as the Federal Writers’ Project. 384 more words

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wild: from lost to found on the pacific crest trail

Absolutely breathtaking – the kind of novel that reminds you why stories are an integral part of our humanity, from the kind of author who lets you walk away feeling like an intimate friend. 91 more words


Book Review: Helping Children Find their Own Solutions

Insoo Berg co-founder and developer of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) titles this book “Children’s Solution Work”, which suggest that this professional book is written for therapists specializing in children’s therapy. 243 more words

On Memoirs

I began reading this book three nights ago, but because of papers of my students that I needed to check and lectures I had to prepare, the pages have been mercilessly dogeared. 205 more words

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Review of Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

Review: I finally read it! I can now join in with everyone else, when talking about how great it is!!! 534 more words

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