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Labor Day!

Greetings, inhabitants of the bizarre and wondrous dimension we call the internet! I do hope this finds you well and enjoying a lovely Labor Day with family, friends, food, and fun. 280 more words

Book Review: The Hot List by Hillary Homzie

The Hot List

By: Hillary Homzie

Publisher: Aladdin (March 2011)

Genre: Contemporary, Realistic

Book Blurb

Sophie Fanuchi and her BFF Maddie Chen posted the “Hot List” as a joke—just a silly tally of the cutest boys at Travis Middle School. 349 more words

Book Reviews

There are MANY Reasons Why You Should Read to Your Kids

There are MANY Reasons Why You Should Read to Your Kids
— Please share your top reasons!!!
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Children's Books

Toddler Book Club: September Books

September is here, folks…and you know what that means!

Back to school time, leaves changing colour, the air gaining a crispness to it, and an abundance of pumpkin everything.  2,775 more words


Inspiration for Teachers to Inspire A Love of Reading in Students

We want our teachers to inspire our students every day.  But, where do teachers go to get their inspiration?  Here are a few of our favorite books written by teachers for teachers (or parents) with creative ways and approaches that inspire us to inspire kids to love reading. 9 more words

Educator Resources

Review: Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman

Fortunately, the Milk

By: Neil Gaiman (Illustrations by Skottie Young)

Publisher: HarperCollins (September 2013)

Reading Level: Ages 8-12

Book Blurb

“I bought the milk,” said my father. 343 more words

Book Reviews

Year One Re-Post #12: Alvin Ho

Originally published in November 2013. There are very few chapter books with Asian protagonists, so Alvin is a welcome young man in the chapter book genre.  403 more words

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