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Related:  General Library Stuffgeurimja GUYS READ | Books Listening is a great way to experience a story. Go to Guys Listen to check out more. Click here for some authors we’ve talked to about their books and their process. And click below for some recommendations from some authors we trust. Here are some of my favorite spooky novels (in some cases thrillers or otherwise twisty), and in particular books that influenced me while I was working on Amity! The Haunting of Hill HouseShirley Jackson“The ne plus ultimate haunted house story, I like to think of Amity‘s Gwen as sort of a modern spin on Eleanor, a young woman seeing and experiencing ghostly things, whose mind and perceptions can’t be trusted.” The OutsidersS.E. designed this website. Lou Gehrig, Boy of the SandlotsGuernsey Van Riper Jr.I think this is the first book I ever picked out on my own and read by myself. Jeffrey Brown lives in Chicago with his wife and two sons. photo credit: Jill Liebhaber The Complete Tales Of Winnie-The-PoohA.A. is an illustrator and a writer.

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Collaborative Year-End Projects E Is for End of the Year The close of the school year means having students reflect on what they’ve learned, whether it’s through journaling, scrapbooking, drawing pictures, or making videos. Michelle Lundy, who teaches middle school social studies in Thomaston, Georgia, took a cue from the younger grades and asked her students to create alphabet books recounting the topics they’d studied that year. Stage a TV Contest Engage your students by letting them participate in a TV-like competition, similar to American Idol. Survive and Thrive Ask students to think about the things they wish they’d known or that they loved experiencing in their current grade. Stage a Service Project Enlist your students in supporting a local cause that is important to them, whether it’s collecting canned goods for a food pantry, pet food for an animal shelter, or books for a library or school in need. Create a Time Capsule Students love the idea of leaving a part of themselves behind for posterity. Go On the Hunt

Latinxs in Kid Lit | Exploring the world of Latinx YA, MG, & children's literature Free eBooks | Project Gutenberg Goodreads | Meet your next favorite book Our 4th Grade #BookBento Project! I have seen people post about #BookBentos a lot this year. I love following all of the libraries and classrooms posting.... ...on Twitter and Instagram using #bookbento. They are all super inspiring and fun to see and share. which has amazing examples and inspiration like this one. kicked off #BookBentos at Van Meter with her students. We were so excited to not only do this project together, but to learn more about #BookBento too. We put together these slides to share with our students. First, we talked to them about what a Bento Box was and shared stories of eating sushi and other things out of these amazing little boxes that originate from Japan and other Asian countries. We explained to our students this is what we would be doing with our #BookBento project, but focusing on books we have read and the elements wrapped around the book and our feelings and reflections as readers. We then showed the 4th graders lots of examples from ones we found online and the @BookBento Instagram.

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