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Your classroom library is an extremely important part of your room. It is a comfortable place where students can browse books and read, but that’s only the beginning. A classroom library has reference materials based on the lessons being taught … Continue reading
As educators, most people are aware that trying to ban books restricts learning opportunities and can lead to closed-mindedness. So how can you take Banned Books Week, an event celebrating our right to read, and turn it into a learning … Continue reading
Are you looking for some last-minute additions to your summer reading list? We’ve put together a list of our top 10 summer reading list suggestions to help you out! Roll of Thunder, Hear my Cry This novel is a story … Continue reading
Some students naturally find joy in reading. There will always be the ones who are excited by mandated reading times, love reading novels for class, and who read in their spare time. Unfortunately there are also a large number of … Continue reading