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The Girl Who Drank the Moon
The Girl Who Drank the Moon | Kelly Barnhill
Every year, the people of the Protectorate leave a baby as an offering to the witch who lives in the forest. They hope this sacrifice will keep her from terrorizing their town. But the witch in the forest, Xan, is kind and gentle. She shares her home with a wise Swamp Monster named Glerk and a Perfectly Tiny Dragon, Fyrian. Xan rescues the abandoned children and delivers them to welcoming families on the other side of the forest, nourishing the babies with starlight on the journey. One year, Xan accidentally feeds a baby moonlight instead of starlight, filling the ordinary child with extraordinary magic. Xan decides she must raise this girl, whom she calls Luna, as her own. When Luna approaches her thirteenth birthday, her magic begins to emerge on schedule--but Xan is far away. Meanwhile, a young man from the Protectorate is determined to free his people by killing the witch. Soon, it is up to Luna to protect those who have protected her--even if it means the end of the loving, safe world shes always known. The acclaimed author of The Witchs Boy has created another epic coming-of-age fairy tale destined to become a modern classic.
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#GratefulReads #thoughtyouwouldlikebutdidnt

I do enjoy a dose of fantasy once in a while especially from the imaginations and storytelling of Gaiman (I may be a bit bias here) but I did not like this. Perhaps it‘s TOO YA? I don‘t know.

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lauren.lerner Ohhh I loved this one. Not sure what you mean by “too YA”? 3w
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ebrown
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I truly loved reading this F book by Kelly Barnhill. It made me fall in love with reading fantasy all over again. It would be perfect for a literature circle, just as we used it in our class. #ucflae3414f19

ebrown This lesson plan https://www.teachingbooks.net/clp.cgi?master_id=51541&lf_id=9 is great because it is customizable based on level! UDL strategy 5.1 and 5.2. ESOL strategy 30. Encourage the use of diagrams and drawings as aids to identify concepts and seeing relationships. 4w
DrSpalding A wonderful book for literature circles or read aloud. Better job with your principles and strategies. Teaching books is a quality resource. 4d
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Alexush
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The girl who drank the moon by Kelly Barnhill was a great book that caught my interest from the very beginning and held it all the way through. I enjoyed the characters and the magic found in this book. This book though fantasy was brought to life by the author through her detailed and great writing style! Facebook is a John Newberry award winner. With this book I would have my students do an independent read or a literature circle.

Alexush The UDL I would use for this book is 3.3 because you can really visualize with this book  . The ESOL I would use for this book is 30 the students can drawing things that are happening so they can see relationship and identify concepts. 4w
Alexush This book is for 5th graders. The website I chose was https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/The-Girl-Who-Drank-the-Moon-Comprehension-and-Critical-Thinking-and-More-3203885%22%20%5Co%20%22https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/The-Girl-Who-Drank-the-Moon-Comprehension-and-Critical-Thinking-and-More-3203885 this has great activities where the students can answer questions and write their thoughts on the book. #ucflae3414f19 4w
DrSpalding Because this was a recent award winner, you should definitely go to the publisher website first! Be sure to use these high-quality resources with these high-quality books. I‘m glad you enjoyed this one! Consider using this in your future classroom. 3d
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phatsallylee
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@wanderinglynn your book is on its way back to you! #bookmail #lmpbc #groupP

wanderinglynn 😀💜 1mo
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AlyssaB
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This book was a great read for me. I enjoy every minute. It is a F book and won the Newberry Award. This book would be a great LC or IR. This book is about how a world lives in fear of the witch which takes a baby once a year to keep from coming after the rest of the town. Well the last baby she takes is enmagic and becomes a major part in the book. Read to find out more.

AlyssaB The ESOL strategy would be 23 which structures advance organizers consisting of new terminology that students will encounter. An UDL strategy would be 2.1 which clarifies symbols and vocabulary. A online resource to use would be https://www.teachingbooks.net/tb.cgi?tid=51541#Resources which provides a whole list of different lessons to use throughout the book. #UCFLAE3414F19 1mo
Mwinship After hearing about the review from the LC in class I am interested to read this story. Also it seems like a great LC choice! 1mo
KevinKantola nice book seems like a good read! 👍 1mo
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KristenScala Hi Alyssa! After listening to you all talk about this book in class and reading your post I am really looking forward reading this book! 1mo
Camrynm Nice book!! This would be a great book for an elementary class. 1mo
JennaMichelleCohn Fantastic book! Your ESOL and UDL strategies go really well, as this is a very vocabulary rich piece. 1mo
GroeningsC great post! Your summary was slightly confusing but an overall great post! 1mo
leximcmillin Hearing you and your LC group talking about this book in class makes me really want to read it! I am very interested in this book and while it seems like a great LC book, I would like to use it as an IR. (edited) 1mo
YesseniaN This book looks amazing to read in class for the fall season! I think it would be very important to go over vocabulary with esol students 1mo
haleyklein I really can‘t wait to hopefully start this book soon!! Thank you for your input! 1mo
ccipriati I really want to start reading this book!! I'm going to go get it and read it! 1mo
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phatsallylee
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Really enjoyed this selection for #lmpbc #groupP my new favorite character is fyrian! Juicy is a little jealous!
It's been a pleasure ladies @wanderinglynn @Laughterhp @BookwormAHN
#catsoflitsy #deweys24hourreadathon #deweysoct #readathon #weekendreading #hour12

BookwormAHN Loved this round and Fyrian 🐉 1mo
Laughterhp This was such a great round. I‘m over 100 pages in and loving your pick so far! 1mo
wanderinglynn I totally agree. Great picks all around! 👍🏻 1mo
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destaneefolden

“Knowledge is power, but it is a terrible power when it is hoarded and hidden.”

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destaneefolden

I'm so glad that this story was introduced to the class! I had never heard of this book before this class. As soon as I started reading it I was hooked. I finished the whole book over a weekend and loved every page of it. I think that this story would hook older children in just the same as it did me. I love this book and I think that it would be great for an older classroom.

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destaneefolden
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This modern fantasy book tells the story of a witch named Xan. The townspeople think that Xan is evil and each year they sacrifice a baby to her. She rescues the children but one time she accidentally lets the child drink the moon instead of the stars which gives her magical powers. Gherland's nephew has a baby which they choose to sacrifice, and Antain decides to kill the witch. In the process they learn the truth about who's really evil.

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nelehelen
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3.5/5
A charming #MG fantasy novel about a baby who gets sacrificed to the “evil” witch but instead gets accidentally magicked. Cover is gorgeous and the writing is pretty. It‘s not perfect but very cute.

#MiddleGrade: More than 250 pages
#BBRC

LibrarianRyan Yeahhhhh 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful photo 💗💗 2mo
nelehelen @LibrarianRyan 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼 2mo
nelehelen @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks thanks misty! 😘 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @nelehelen you‘re welcome 💗 2mo
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phatsallylee
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Getting some reading in during my lunch break. Only a few more hours until my weekend starts!

Chili OMG!!! I love that pillow!!! I 💜 flamingos!! 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love your pillow!! 1mo
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mack2799

“Knowledge is power, but it is a terrible power when it is hoarded and hidden.”

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mack2799
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I think this modern fantasy book contains lots of magical powers that can give life to a kid. They always dream of something like this, but to read it is different. It gives of an original creative plot that all kids enjoy, and tells kids you must protect the ones that have cared for you. The message is good and the ground story at the beginning set a pace that all kids can be become intrigued into fast!

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mack2799

This book is a story about a girl who was given moonlight by a kind witch on accident. Because of this, she was raised with extraordinary magic and one day was made to save the people she's known to protect her. I think its a cute story that kids can find enjoyable. Its something that keeps you on your toes, and is a story kids can kind of put themselves in.

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This wonderfully engaging book “The Girl Who Drank the Moon“ by Kelly Barnhill is about deceit, despair, love, and magic all rolled into one glorious page turner. The book tells of life lessons that readers will remember for years to come. In 2017, this delightful novel won a Newbery medal award. The novel is best under F due to the magical fantasy aspect of the story. Although this is categorized under young-adult, any age group would enjoy it.

Tinks The UDL principle 3.3 regarding guiding information processing and visualization along with E.L. 36 for asking numerous questions which requires higher level thinking responses. Additionally, this is in accordance with the teaching strategy of LC #UCFLAE3414F19 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks It‘s on my list!! Cool pic 🧡 2mo
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Juliafass

At the edge of the swamp standing right on the fringe of the flowering reeds growing out of the muck a very old woman leaned on a gnarled staff she was short and squat and a bit bulbous about her belly

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Juliafass

This is one of those books that you read the first paragraph and you gotta keep reading. Magic and wonder fill the pages and it‘s heart warming to see her care takers love and protect her.

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The girl who drank the moon written by kelly barnhill and published in 2016 is a newbery medal winner for the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children. This magical coming of age story is relatable to the reader as we all went through the uncertainty and difficulty that comes with being a teenager but hers is amplified times a million because she has powers and is being raised by a witch!

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Grrlbrarian
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We have an arrangement: I read, Clark snores, each cozy in our own way 😉😉

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JennaMichelleCohn
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This fantasy book would be great for fourth-sixth grade teachers to have in their classroom library. The story follows a society who has convinced the citizens they need to leave a baby as a sacrifice to a witch every year. However, the witch is actually a good witch and saves the babies. It would be great for LC because there is so much to discuss. It would also be great for IR because it‘s a book that‘s easy to get invested in. #UCFLAE3414F19

JennaMichelleCohn UDL 3.2, focusing on patterns and relationships would be good for this book, because the relationships between the characters are interesting & the patterns within the story are very detailed. Patterns also play a big role in the story. EL 9 would be great to use since the story takes places over a long, long period of time, & a timeline would be helpful. EL 45 would be great to compare & contrast characters. This book won the 2017 Newbery Award. (edited) 2mo
Lrobertson I hear one of the names of one of the main characters is Luna, which makes me want to read this even more because my pups name is Luna.

Your UDL for connecting character's relationships is a great UDL for all chapter books. With these books being longer, with more moving parts, using graphic organizers, such as a timeline like you mentioned, is a great way to help students keep track of important details.
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JennaMichelleCohn https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/The-Girl-Who-Drank-the-Moon-Novel-St... this packet is great for fourth and fifth graders studying vocabulary and figurative language. 1mo
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phatsallylee
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Another start this weekend is my last book for #lmpbc #groupP I'm hoping that I will finish this one on time 😏!

 @wanderinglynn @BookwormAHN @Laughterhp
#beerandabook #weekendreading #spooktober

wanderinglynn Great photo! 💀 ❤ 2mo
BookwormAHN Love the photo 👻 2mo
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ReadingOverSleeping
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I absolutely LOVED this witchy read! The storyline graples you immediately, a small village gives up their youngest baby to a witch in the forest every year. Really enjoyed another book with strong female leads! Luna is a bright, strong and powerful little witch coming into her own but she is only part of the story. Definitely recommend this, especially for young readers. #teamnosleep for #girlwhodrankthemoon

Buechersuechtling By reading your review I realised that I have read that, too. I can‘t remember what it was that did not fully convince me but the clever plot idea was a winner, anyway. 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️❤️ 2mo
ReadingOverSleeping @Buechersuechtling there is a part of the book where it felt a little too forced but maybe because I read it as an adult? I agree, clever plot though! 2mo
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Shannyblake
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If you are looking for a book that snatches your attention immediately and makes you feel warm and fuzzy but also curious and excited, this is the one for you my friend! This is a science fiction that won a Newbery Award. I have a love for stories of witches and creepy things so if that is not your thing, I might not recommend this book. But, I will tell you that the storyline makes it worth reading. The story of Luna and her growth is beautiful🖤

DrSpalding Make sure you use the rubric when posting about books for your official Litsy reading response project. 2mo
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bullbunny
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A better picture of the books @KatieDid927 gave me, the one tagged is the middle, if you can't tell what it is XD

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KatieDid927
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Day 3 - I may have purchased this book based on the cover alone. Worth it.

#7days7covers #covercrush

wanderinglynn It is a beautiful cover. And the story is good too! 👍🏻 2mo
KatieDid927 @wanderinglynn It is, I love it. 2mo
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Laughterhp
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This was such a cute fun read (and frustrating for some awful characters)! By the end I didn‘t want to put the book down and just needed to find out what happened. I don‘t want to say too much since M still needs to read this!

#LMPBC - Group P
#ReadingUSA2019 - Minnesota (author)

Librarybelle Hooray! 2mo
wanderinglynn Glad you enjoyed it! 2mo
BookwormAHN I also really enjoyed it 😺 2mo
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Daisey
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#7Cover7Days #CoverLove #CoverCrush Day 5

@CharleaFinley Want to join in sharing 7 covers you love without explanation?

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Meaw_catlady
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#covercrush #7days7covers day 1 of 7
Finally getting around to this challenge!
Thanks for the tags @Megabooks @sudi @DaveGreen7777 @LauraJ
Tagging @sprainedbrain

sprainedbrain What a gorgeous book! 😍 3mo
Meaw_catlady @sprainedbrain I know!! And it‘s a gorgeous story as well! One of my favorites 💕 3mo
Branwen I love this book! And the cover is super pretty! 💕😍 3mo
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Meaw_catlady @Branwen yay! it‘s one of my favorite reads of the year and ever! So magical! And the cover is perfect 💕 3mo
LauraJ Dragon is looking great! 🐉 3mo
sudi Beautiful cover 😍 3mo
Megabooks Lovely!! 3mo
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Laughterhp
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I got the next #LMPBC book in the mail today! Can‘t wait to dive into this book. It sounds really good!

Thanks Lynn for the bookmarks, they‘re really awesome.

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TheSpineView
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Beatlefan129 Beautiful cover 3mo
robinb That cover is simply amazing!!! ❤️ 3mo
Eggs Lovely 😊 3mo
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BookwormAHN
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I forgot to post that Saturday I mailed @Laughterhp the next book for our #lmpbc 🤦🏼‍♀️
@wanderinglynn @phatsallylee @suvata

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BookwormAHN
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I really enjoyed this book. Great pick @wanderinglynn The dragon Fryian is especially fantastic and this was a fun take on the witch in the woods troupe 💚
@Laughterhp I'll mail this to you Saturday.
#lmpbc @phatsallylee
Also 8th book for #BFCr3 #bookfitnesschallenge
Readers Choice for #BBRC #MiddleGrade @LibrarianRyan

LibrarianRyan 😁👍🏻❤️ yeahhh 3mo
wanderinglynn So glad you liked it! 3mo
Lady_Tigana_20 This is such a great book. 3mo
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BookwormAHN
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I know I'm a little late but here is my Tbr for #SummersEndReadathon I don't usually do readathons because they are usually on the weekends when I'm the busiest, but I thought I'd give a week long one a shot 😺
@Clwojick

Clwojick Woohoo! Your stack looks great! 4mo
4thhouseontheleft I‘m the same way, I usually skip weekend readathons because more of my reading happens during the week. 😃 4mo
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Sarz
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5 ⭐
I thought this was a kid's book. It's not a kid's book. But it is really, really good. (It is for young people, but not children.)
I loved the characters and how real they felt. There was some significant life events that these characters dealt with and they had very real responses - they had clear flaws but they also learnt and grew.

TheBookKeepers I loved this one too! I read it aloud to my kiddo one year. I had to stop and kind of explain the plot as we went bc he didn‘t grasp all the pieces, but I found it beautiful! Agree it is more for young readers than for children 4mo
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@BookwormAHN The tagged book is on its way to you for! (I forgot to take a pic of the package.) But it should be there Wednesday—I‘ll email you the tracking number.

#groupP #LMPBC

phatsallylee @wanderinglynn i mailed my book to you last week. It should arrive in the next few days. 4mo
Laughterhp My book should be going out to @phatsallylee this week! 4mo
BookwormAHN Okay, I'll watch for it. @Laughterhp I plan to mail you the book Wednesday. 4mo
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The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill is a MF story about a girl named Luna. She was raised by a witch after accidentally being fed moonlight. The witch is now dying, and Luna needs to figure out how to work her magic, quickly. This book won the 2017 Newberry Medal! I would use it for a LC or IR, depending on the age of your students. #UCFLAE3414SU19

Kendylleonard If you scroll down to the bottom of this resource, you‘ll see that it has many activities you can do with this book! From things like watching an interview with the author, to drawing maps, and even creating your own paper birds! https://www.floridamediaed.org/uploads/6/1/4/2/61420659/ms-girlwhodrankthemoon.p... I would use UDL 3.2 by helping facilitate comprehension through these activities. I would use ESOL strategy 29. 4mo
gabbymartin This is one of the best books we've read together this semester. I love the resource you posted that has the interview with the author, and I think students would love creating their own maps and paper birds too! 4mo
Kendylleonard @gabbymartin I loved that we used this book in a LC, because it allowed us to communicate about it! 4mo
DrSpalding I love that you all bonded over this book. That‘s what literature circles can do! Excellent resource from a high-quality website that I hope you will continue to use in the future. 4mo
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DawnS
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#UCFLAE3414SU19 This is a MF book that was the winner of the 2017 Newbery Medal. Depending on the age would be great for either IR or RA. It follows Luna one of the babies left in the woods and picked up by the witch Zan. Luna gains magical powers and then must be raised by Zan. The book follows her growing up and tries to uncover all of the sorrow that has been fogging up the town And the magic undulating within her. There‘s a cute dragon too🤗

DawnS https://www.floridamediaed.org/uploads/6/1/4/2/61420659/ms-girlwhodrankthemoon.p... has some interesting varied ideas on how to incorporate this book in different ways. I think this will serve UDL 3.2 highlighting patterns, big ideas, and relationships. Also, ESOL strategy 6 Continually monitor students‘ comprehension which is important in this story. 4mo
julesG Would you mind explaining some of your acronyms? I know ESOL, but have no idea about the others. 4mo
DawnS @julesG happy to! Im in a class for elementary education so the hashtag relates to the class so we can locate our classmates. UDL is referencing Universal Design for Learning- so ways to help teach all students you can learn more about that here http://udlguidelines.cast.org/binaries/content/assets/udlguidelines/udlg-v2-2/ud... As for MF it stands for Modern Fantasy, IR(independent read), and RA (read aloud) 4mo
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julesG Thanks very much. 4mo
DawnS No problem!! 😊 4mo
julesG And, no, you don't want to know what my brain came up with for MF. Let's just say, I very much liked this book and had a choice swear word on my brain; it fits though. 😀 My family is all ESOL, I read this book with my 9 y/o daughter in German. I think we should pick it up again in English and do some RA. 😉 4mo
DawnS Lol! @julesG I think I know which word you may be referring to... I had a few points in the story where it came to mind 😂 Definitely fits! Thats great to hear, did your daughter enjoy it? Our class was talking about what age group might be really interested in it. It was such a page turner and really used such image provoking language to put you right in the story. 4mo
julesG My daughter loved it so much, when there were only about 80 pages left she hid the book. She didn't want to finish it and leave this world. A friend's daughter read it at 13 y/o and passed it on to her 11 y/o sister. I guess, depending on the child, age 9+. Hey, I'm 39 y/o and loved it. 4mo
DawnS @julesG aww that‘s too precious! And honestly same! I loved this book and even got my fiance hooked 😂 we were reading each night and arguing about what we thought. My literature circle group were all flying through towards the end because we just needed to know what happened next! We came to a similar sentiment though, that it depends on the child and how you go about using this book in a classroom setting really. Thanks for your feedback! 😊 4mo
DrSpalding The banter back-and-forth is just what social media around books should be… Creating a culture of readers! What did I say about our abbreviations!?!?!🤣 What more of an endorsement do you need than a parent of students that literally hid the book because they were loving it so much! 4mo
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KatieDid927
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I absolutely loved this gorgeous story and the world that the author created. Her characters were vivid and layered and the magic was beautiful.

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julesG
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We've finished this!!! I could persuade my daughter to finish it.

Wonderful magical story.

About to embark on a new knitting adventure. The yarn colour is called "dark night" - fitting.

julesG Does it count towards the #BBRC although we started it months ago? @LibrarianRyan 5mo
Aimeesue I really liked this one.❤️ 5mo
rabbitprincess Ooooo gorgeous yarn 😍 5mo
LibrarianRyan It only matters when you finish it. So yes 5mo
Crazeedi I love the color of that yarn!n 5mo
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This beautiful MF John Newbery Medal winning novel “The Girl Who Drank The Moon”, by Kelly Barnhill, brings the reader into a forest with a story about a young girl, a swamp monster, and her dragon. & another thing, magic. Also, consequences.
Teaching Strategy-IR,LC
UDL- 6.2 Plan to read the book in a specific amount of time which supports time management also.
EL- 6. Have consistent discussion during the book so they can comprehend the story.

gabbymartin Website: https://www.floridamediaed.org/uploads/6/1/4/2/61420659/ms-girlwhodrankthemoon.p... - teacher resource about the author, other books to read after the novel, display ideas, discussion topics, and even a book trailer! 5mo
Macker11 I love this resource! It has remarkable activities for all sorts of discussions and ideas for LC groups or in the classroom in general. 5mo
DawnS Literally finished this book last night and was enthralled with it! It is definitely a page turner and keeps you guessing through the whole story! I really love your resource too because it seems like it has a wide range of options. 5mo
DrSpalding This is a high-quality resource that includes amazing resources within it to utilize this book in your classroom. I love the idea of sharing a book trailer to entice your students to read. 4mo
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The Girl Who Drank the Moon by: Kelly Barnhill is a NY times best seller and Newberry Award winner rightfully so. This MF book takes you through a magical and complicated voyage of how a little girls powers from the moon begin to grow. This book is great for older students to utilize LC‘s. UDL 6.3 goes along with the lesson attached below that encompasses small group story mapping! 🧝🏼‍♀️

jmartucci I like the use of the lesson plan, it sounds like a great idea. Also this book is amazing, I finished it a few days ago and loved it so much! 5mo
Mary_Dehner @jmartucci glad you found it useful! #happyreading 4mo
DrSpalding Your resource truly helps teachers and students better comprehend this wonderful award winner. Good choice. Use this book as a possible literature circle selection in your intermediate classrooms. 4mo
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wanderinglynn
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All the feels at the end. I especially love Fryian, “the simply enormous dragon.” (My GR review forthcoming.)

#LMPBC Team P: I got so caught up in the story, I forgot to make comments after page 35. So I‘m going back to do a reread as I have so many thoughts. But I should get this out in the mail sometime late next week to @BookwormAHN 😀

BookwormAHN Okay, great 😸 5mo
Annie_Belle_Ravenclaw7 I love that book so much! 5mo
julesG My daughter doesn't want to finish this. We have about 10 chapters left. She doesn't want to leave this world. And, her words, reading it a second time is not the same as reading it the first time. She wants an eraser for her brain to wipe out the memories of great books so she can read them ag8for the first time. 😍 5mo
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Peddler410 What is wrong with me? I‘ve tried reading this three times ... I can‘t get into it. 5mo
wanderinglynn @julesG I totally understand that. 💜 But then again, sometimes you get something completely different out of a book when you reread it. 5mo
wanderinglynn @Peddler410 Nothing is wrong with you! 💜 No two people ever read the same book. And that, my friend, is the awesomeness of reading. There‘s plenty of books I couldn‘t even finish that other people loved. But that‘s why there‘s a million different books. Wouldn‘t the world suck if there was only one book? For this particular book, if you look on GR, the reviews are mixed. I saw plenty of reviews that say they couldn‘t get into it. 5mo
julesG That's what I told my daughter, but she is stubborn. Wonder where she got that from. 😏 5mo
wanderinglynn @julesG 😂😂😂 5mo
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dianadiamond
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An interesting read with some dark themes, even though it was meant to be for a middle school level. Plot sometimes deviates from the true purpose of the main storyline. Not to mention that some parts were too descriptive and lacking substance. Overall a nice read with some short chapters. #bookreview #honestreview

TobeyTheScavengerMonk Welcome to Litsy! 5mo
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wanderinglynn
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#wonderouswedneday
Thanks for the tags @Klou @whatshesreadingnow 😘😘😘
1. Stationary! journals, bookmarks, bookish fun stuff
2. Useful? Hm, I guess my puzzle desk.
3. Love my pirate iclips! Arrrrrg!
4. 👋🏻 some new followers @Coffeymuse @Mahej @Peddler410 @Econaghan

tammysue # 3 🖤 5mo
Eggs Thanks for playing 🤗 5mo
Klou No problem! 5mo
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I put my book down for five minutes to go to the bathroom and make lunch....🤦🏻‍♀️😍 #kittenlitten #catsoflitsy #littenkitten #toebeans #mamashome #allthesnuggles

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”A story can tell the truth, she knew, but a story can also lie. Stories can bend and twist and obfuscate. Controlling stories is power indeed. And who would benefit most from such a power?”