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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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Booklover2
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Mehso-so

🌟🌟I‘m definitely in the minority on this one. I thought this was a bit of a slog to get through. Lovely writing but slow and uneven. I gave it a listen, but I believe if I was reading it, I might now have finished. It has all the great elements for a wonderful story, but it just didn‘t work me.

bthegood I felt the same way - gave it the same so-so - seemed long,- I felt the ending saved it for me. 1d
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TheReadingRaccoon
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Pickpick

This is a beautifully written middle-grade novel with lots of life lessons about found family and fighting for the people you love even against the odds. It also highlights that despite trying to do the right thing there are often negative consequences and that a child‘s natural curiosity can‘t be smothered for long. I recommend this one to audiences of all ages. It‘s also a fantastic audiobook with amazing narration!

LoverOfLearning I'm still in the middle of this audiobook! The nararrors voices are fantastic. Can't wait to finish it! 2mo
TheReadingRaccoon Best narrator! 2mo
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SpeculativeFemale
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Pickpick

I'm so glad I finally got around to this one! It was captivating, with wonderful, complex characters and beautiful writing. I definitely recommend it!

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Bookish_Gal
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Pickpick

This was a sweet book about sorrow vs hope. I really liked the story, though closure felt quick to me. About how love brings people back together, as love doesn‘t shrink but grow. About grief and the memories hidden to keep it at bay. As an emotional person, I really felt Xan specifically. With trying to hold back my emotions now over the motherland of my Вавса і Дідо being invaded. Yet, hope is more powerful.

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bthegood
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Mehso-so

#unpopularopinion #BookSpinBingo #20in4
I understand why this book is well liked, has won awards - it is a well written and beautiful story - the ending is fantastic - it was just a “long“ read for me - took me awhile to get through the middle part -

WJCintron I DNF that one like a year ago or so. Now I want to know the ending. LOL I'll add it to my TBR and see if I finish it in the near future! 😃 👍 3mo
bthegood @WJCintron I almost gave up, but wanted to see how it ended😊 3mo
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bthegood
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Here are my March picks for #BookSpinBingo @TheAromaofBooks

Plan to finish my 2 current reads for February.

Make a great day everyone 😊

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3mo
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oddandbookish
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This was such a whimsical and enchanting read! The story was full of magic and wonder. It‘s not a surprise this book won a Newbery Medal. It reminded me of the fantasy books I read as child.

The best part of this book was the writing style. It was so beautifully written. The prose flowed so lyrically.

Full review: https://oddandbookish.wordpress.com/2022/02/16/review-the-girl-who-drank-the-moo...

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voraciouspgturner
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Seems like an appropriate quote considering all the #bookbanning that is happening currently.

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BennettBookworm
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Happy National Dragon Day! These are my favorite books with dragons! How about you??
And a tshirt I love just to drive home the message!
🐉🐉🐉🐉🐉
@Branwen

curiouserandcurioser @BennettBookworm i love dragons!! And that shirt!!💜💜 4mo
Branwen HAPPY DRAGON DAY!!! 🐉💕 OMG your shirt is AMAZING! And such great book choices! ❤📖 4mo
BennettBookworm @Branwen thank you!!! 4mo
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booksandsympathy
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"Each day, Luna‘s ability to break rules in new and creative ways was an astonishment to all who knew her." Hmmm ...reminds me of a certain other girl named Luna. ??

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coffeebooksandchaos
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This book was like prose and poetry and a song all rolled up together. A story of love, loss, bravery, reconciliation, birth, death and rebirth. May we all find our way back to each other, like Xan, Luna, Antain and the madwoman.

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booksandsympathy
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Starting this book on Kindle. I've been meaning to read it for a while and decided it was a good time to read it.

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GypsyKat
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I read this book a couple of years ago and I loved it! I listened to it on Audible and it was delightful. My cousin and his family recently moved back to town, and his oldest daughter (12) loves to read. I bought her a copy to give her for Christmas and decided to get myself one too. Unfortunately we just learned that she‘s sick with Covid, but so far it‘s not too bad. Fingers crossed and prayers for her that she gets well soon. ❤️❤️❤️

Kaylamburson Love this book! I hope your daughter feels better soon!! And Kelly Barnhill's first new book since Girl Who Drank the Moon releases in 2022! 5mo
curiouserandcurioser @GypsyKat great book! Sending prayers and hugs for her quick recovery!💜 5mo
DaveGreen7777 Hope she makes a full recovery soon! 5mo
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GypsyKat @Kaylamburson It‘s my cousin‘s daughter, but thank you. 💜 5mo
GypsyKat @curiouserandcurioser @DaveGreen7777 Thank you. She‘s not terribly sick, mainly a headache and cold-like symptoms so far. 💜 5mo
Dragon Hope she recovers quickly and can enjoy her new Christmas read 💕 5mo
Kaylamburson For someone who loves to read, you'd think I would have better reading comprehension 🤦‍♀️ lol 5mo
GypsyKat @Kaylamburson lol no worries! I‘m the same way! 😅❤️ 5mo
GypsyKat @Dragon Thank you! 5mo
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LoverOfLearning
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I have been wanting to read/listen to this book for months now! Finally got my hands on ot with Libby! I'm predicting a 5 star listen!

What did you guys this of this middle grade book?

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magyklyXdelish
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Pickpick

Finally finished another book 😩

I thought this was a super cute story with beautiful writing and the most amazing dragon ever created. However it was kind of slow paced so it made it hard to pick back up after you put it down. Thank you for sharing, Amy!!

95 pts for #TeamSlaughter

Free Space for #BookSpinBingo

Clwojick Way to go! 🖤👻 7mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 7mo
magyklyXdelish @Bookish_AF mailing this out today 🤗🤗 6mo
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Blackink_WhitePaper
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Pickpick

Impressed with this story. I enjoyed both the story & characters, esp the dragon & Xan. I recommend this audio version as the narration is great. The voice modulation is awesome. At one point I felt there are too many diversions in the story & felt little confusing. But finally all will converge at one point. Beautiful proses & loved all the poems of swamp monster . 4🌟
#scarathlon2021 #TeamHendrix #doublespin #littenlisten #Screamathon2021 +15

IuliaC I really enjoyed this one 👍 7mo
nichollinlove I adored this story 🖤 7mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 7mo
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Blackink_WhitePaper @nichollinlove 🙌 yeah cute one 7mo
LoverOfLearning Starting this audiobook right now! 7mo
Blackink_WhitePaper @LoverOfLearning 👍🏻😃 I hope u ll enjoy this one ☺️ 6mo
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Blackink_WhitePaper
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In the first week of #Scarathlon2021 I just finished one book but good progress with the tagged one. I Hope week 2 will be great.

Total score of first week +646 points #TeamHendrix

StayCurious Wow good job! 7mo
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wideeyedreader
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This story was absolutely adorable! I loved all the magic and the messages about grief, and I think it‘s perfect for middle-school kids. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Allylu Loved this one! 8mo
IuliaC I loved it too! 💙 8mo
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suvata
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I gave this book 3-stars which (to me) means I liked it, but I didn‘t love it. It was a really cute story but fantasy is not my favorite genre.

⭐️⭐️⭐️

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PezFilledCookies
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“She is here. She is here. She is here.”

Absolutely heartwarming! I loved this easy read to my core, it just felt so good.

#CurrentlyReading #FantasyNovel #MiddleGradeBooks #HeartWarming

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Kaylamburson
Girl Who Drank the Moon | Kelly Barnhill
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I've been meaning to read this one forever, but I'm so glad I had a last minute impulse to download the audiobook before a drive. The narrator, Christina Moore, was phenomenal. She nailed every voice, and I especially loved how Xan and Fyrian came across. Any middle schooler will love it, and learn a lot about love, sacrifice, and forgiveness.

Kaylamburson This was my favorite quote of the whole book because it really resonated with me: "My love isn't divided," she said. "It is multiplied." It's something most adults should take time to learn. Just because there are more people taking your attention, it doesn't mean they are dividing your capacity for love. More people to love just means there is more love all around. 9mo
LoverOfLearning Ugh I want to read this! 9mo
LoverOfLearning @Kaylamburson awe I love this quote 😍 9mo
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wanderinglynn Love that quote! 💜 And this is such an awesome book. 9mo
Kaylamburson You definitely should! @LoverOfLearning 9mo
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Lauranahe
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Mehso-so

I think the best word for this was Fine. It was fine. It was beautifully written, and I enjoyed it for what it was. I struggled to really want to pick it up and read it, so it took me longer than normal than get through it. For kids, I would say absolutely read it. For me…meh. I did, however, LOVE Fyrian.

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Bookish_AF
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Sunday plans!

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Sharpeipup
Girl Who Drank the Moon | Kelly Barnhill
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Drinking in the moonlight by the campfire #audiobook

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JacintaMCarter
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#2021Book54
If you're looking for a great middle-grade/YA fantasy novel, look no further! This story shifts perspectives between a witch, a little girl who doesn't realize the magic she possesses, a madwoman in a tower, and a few other interesting characters, all of whom believe they're working toward the greater good. I knew nothing about this book going into it, but now I cannot recommend it enough.

emmalouise1 Adding this to my tbr now :) 10mo
Alfoster My granddaughter loved it!❤️ 10mo
mandarchy Such a good book! 10mo
IuliaC A wonderful one! 10mo
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reclusivepigeon
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Pickpick

This was such a beautifully written book! It definitely deserved the Newbery ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

LoverOfLearning I do believe it is a 2017 Newberry Award winner 😊 inreally want to read this book! Definitely gonna get a copy soon. 10mo
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ParkerFinn
Mehso-so

It was cute. Very good imagery. But to me it wasn‘t as memorable. Just written very lovely. It was a solid read for me and I enjoyed myself. So a 3 star seems right.

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paulareadsallthetime
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Pickpick

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I enjoyed this fun book about a girl who is adopted by a witch. The witch believes she is saving children but the truth will shock her. Such a beautifully written book. I can picture each of the characters and see the book take place.

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KellyR
Girl Who Drank the Moon | Kelly Barnhill
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This story is about Luna who was raised by a witch and she was locked awayed to be Protected but as her thirteenth birthday begins to approach Luna was given magical powers by accident and Luna has to learn how to use them before it is too late.

KellyR Genre: Science Fiction
Award: John Newbery Medal
IR: Independent Reading
https://kids.denverlibrary.org/blog/home-k-3/explore-girl-who-drank-moon-kelly-b...
UDL: Offer ways of customizing the display of information
EL: Provide contextual support through audio visuals, models, demonstrations, body language, and facial expressions.
#UCFLAE3413SP21
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DrSpalding This is considered modern fantasy. While it would be a quality independent read, we saw it work very well as a book club selection. How does the English learner strategy align with independent reading? 12mo
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ReaganT
Girl Who Drank the Moon | Kelly Barnhill
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This amazing fantasy novel by Kelly Barnhill is the winner of the John Newberry medal and is a New York Times best seller! It is a story about a witch who raises a baby that accidentally drank moonlight! She raises Luna and has to help her control her powers quickly! It has a lot of great characters including a tiny dragon. I think this book would be a great LC book and would be interesting to any student.

ReaganT This link provides many activities for the book but one I particularly like is the daily reading journal. It can be helpful to track students progress as well as help them retain the information they‘re reading. https://worksheets.edhelper.com/books/The_Girl_Who_Drank_the_Moon.htm 13mo
ReaganT The activity uses UDL guideline 3.3- guide information processing and visualization. It also uses ESOL strategy 50- for content comprehension use a variety of comprehension activities. 13mo
ToddSalerno I didn‘t pick this for literature circles, but I‘m definitely interested in the fantasy element. I haven‘t yet come across this ad helper website, and it definitely has an immense number of resources. This could be a great starting point to create resources of ones own or utilize some free resources as is. 13mo
DrSpalding I like the idea of a daily reading journal. This could be used to document topics the students would like to discuss during the literature circle/book club discussions. 12mo
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Chaseb
Girl Who Drank the Moon | Kelly Barnhill
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This MF, Newbery Medal book is perfect for a LC/ book club! The book is a fun story about a girl named Luna, and how she got magical powers, and all that comes with that. There are quite a few interesting characters that we learn about throughout the book. Most students that enjoy fantasy novels would love this book! By having book club meetings, ESOL strategy 6 continually monitor students‘ comprehension is used.

Chaseb UDL 8.3 foster collaboration and community is incorporated in the book club meetings.

http://www.litcircles.org/Overview/overview.html
This site explains what literature circles are and how they can be used.
Definitely a must for upper elementary and middle school libraries!
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DrSpalding Your summary is quite brief but I like how you elaborated on the English learner and universal design principles to match your resource that goes into detail about literature circle/book clubs. 13mo
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Allylu
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What a wonderful story! I loved it so much! The books I have read for #MiddleGradeMarch have been fantastic - or maybe I just have a fantastic librarian recommending them. And it seems that a lot of the authors are “Kelly‘s” - coincidence? Anyway you should read this book! Two down, three to go! #100YEARS100BOOKS #BookSpinBingo #25 #MGMarch #20in4

mandarchy This is one of my all time favorites. My best friend read it with me (we met in 6th grade over 30 years ago). 14mo
TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! 14mo
Andrew65 Well done 👏👏👏 14mo
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acassatta
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The Girl Who Drank The Moon!🧙🏻‍♀️ This MF, LC Newberry Medal book was a really great read. The story is about the protectorate and their yearly offering to the witch who lives in the woods. One year, the witch feeds the baby moonlight making the baby magical just like the witch. This meant the witch had to take the baby in as her own. She names her Luna. Throughout the book we learn about secrets, Luna‘s magic, and various other magical things.

acassatta This book teaches an overall theme of family and love. The UDL principle 2.1- clarify vocabulary and symbols is a fitting principle due to the many vocabulary words scattered through the book. In addition, the ESOL strategy #20- listing the most important words and phrases would be very beneficial to ESOL learners to further their learning. The following website includes an idea on a vocabulary activity perfect for grades 3-5. 1y
PatriciaS I loved hearing from your groups book club when we were reading our chapters and having the group discussion sessions. I'm reading this book and enjoying it. After hearing from your review 🙂. 14mo
Spearsall Quickly adding this to my list!! I want to read this so bad I am so interested in these kinds of books (MF) and from your description it seems amazing. I agree with the ESOL strategy because it can definitely be used with novels as well especially LC groups like what we did, everyone can have a part and it will definitely help EL‘s as well. 14mo
DrSpalding Scholastic is a high-quality resource. Identifying the narrative element of the theme is important for our intermediate students. You are correct that two primary things in this book are family and love. Scholastic should continue to be a go to resource for you as you proceed through the program and into a classroom of your own. 13mo
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MothAndMoons
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Our current homeschool read aloud is The Girl Who Drank the Moon and we are really enjoying it so far! I love sharing my love of literature and adventuring into new worlds with my daughters 🌙

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Sdemps
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This MF, is also a Newberry Medal Winner. The Girl Who Drank the Moon is a fantasy story, telling a great tale about a magic land far away. This is the story of lies, deceit, sorrow, and secrets but also of triumphing over an controlling society. Most of all this is a story of Luna and how accidently becoming magic changes the world forever. LC would be a great method of introducing this novel into the classroom. Overview on what LC are:

Sdemps http://www.litcircles.org/Overview/overview.html

UDL 8.3 Foster collaboration and community, and EL strategy 2 promote cooperation(small groups) are both met with using a LC for this book. #ucflae3414sp21
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KeanaE After hearing all of the discussion in class I really would love to read this book! 1y
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Nrossi
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This MF- LC book is a great read. This book is about a girl named Luna who gets raised by a witch, a bog monster, and a dragon. There is a lot she has to learn, including how to deal with magic. This book is a John Newberry Medal award.

Nrossi UDL principle 3.2 and EL 42 which would be to create a timeline of the events in the story since so much happens! https://childrenslitforum.wordpress.com/2018/03/10/readers-guide-the-girl-who-dr... this site has a bunch of activities for the book. #ucflae3414sp21 1y
PatriciaS Wonderful review put on my read list 1y
DrSpalding Luna is a wonderful character. While English learner strategy 42 worked well for the previous post, there are others that would work better for this Newberry award winner. Book club/literature circles or even an after lunch read aloud. 12mo
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Mmurphy
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Incredible read! This 2018 Newberry award winning, high fantasy novel will be a favorite for a long time! This a heartfelt story where our main character Luna, after being raised by a witch and a bog monster, must learn to control the magical powers she was given accidentally. Follow her along through her journey with her tiny dragon, as all the characters discover themselves and the power they have inside.
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Mmurphy I would use this book for LC in my classroom. By doing this we can foster collaboration and community (8.3)UDL. Our students can build an understanding of one another and collaborate on this touching story to create a successful LC. 1y
Mmurphy For our EL‘s we can promote cooperation (2) by giving them time in these small groups to collaborate on what they have read together within their different jobs. We can use this resource as a great tool to find specific activities for our LC‘s to complete: https://childrenslitforum.wordpress.com/2018/03/10/readers-guide-the-girl-who-dr... 1y
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Karissacurrier
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This MF, LC John Newberry Medal award winning novel would be a great small group choice for your classroom. The book touches on subjects like magic, corruption, oppression, and perseverance. A baby is sacrificed by her town in order to please a Witch. The witch accidentally gives the girl magical powers that are hard to control. The story follows the girls journey as she grows, and the sacrifices that must be made. #UCFLAE3414SP21

Karissacurrier https://www.novelstudies.org/downloads/The_Girl_Who_Drank_the_Moon_Novel_Study_P...

This source provides great activities that can be used along with this book when conducting a LC. The UDL principles 1.2 and 6.3 work well with a LC because they highlight the use of auditory materials, and processing of information. The EL strategy 10 involves facilitating effective group cooperation.
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hhockenberry
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Currently reading The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill. This Newbery award winning novel is perfect for literature circles! This fantasy novel is about a girl named Luna who must learn to use her powers! But I won‘t spoil too much! #ucflae3414sp21

hhockenberry UDL principles 3.2 and 3.3. ESOL strategy #10 1y
DrSpalding You have 10 books noted however you need to go back and look at the requirements in the rubric. You need to summarize, identify genre, identify a teaching strategy, find a resource that aligns with that strategy and then connect the UDL and English learner strategies with codes and verbiage. Only one of each is required per book. Make the necessary revisions! 1y
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kellyannprz
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Took a lengthy reading break due to uni... Getting back on track! Just finished The Girl Who Drank the Moon✨

mandarchy This is one of my favorites! 1y
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AndreaEfres
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🦄⭐️3.8/5

🐲Luna, the girl with overflowing powers, takes us on an adventure throughout the world of intricate magic spells and enmagicked creatures. 🐉
Thank you for the recommendation to @DrSpalding this fiction/fantasy piece is amazing for grades 6-8, 9-12! It also has a John Newbery Medal meaning it was awarded by the American Library Association (ALA) and it is in GOLD

Follow up in the comments to read the rest... 🦄

DrSpalding Such a great read! It‘s amazing how books can resonate in different ways at different times of life.❤️📚 1y
AndreaEfres LAFS.6.W.1.3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective techniques, relevant descriptive details, and well-structured event sequences. This strategy could be used to provide students with following up on current events, real or imagined.
UDL: Foster collaboration and community. (8.3) Can be used to give students a sense of understanding in a classroom climate where they feel safe to explore their own world.
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AndreaEfres #UCFLAE3414SP21
Check out more information about this book on this amazing resource for educators.

https://shop.scholastic.com/teachers-ecommerce/teacher/books/the-girl-who-drank-...

Thank you for reading,

Ms. Efres 🎉
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Moray_Reads
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A sweet story about the power of love and families, both both into and found. It's full of magic and imagination and reminded me a little of Catherynne M. Valente's Fairyland book. I didn't love this as much as I love those though. #bookspin

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Lucy_Anywhere
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#TBRPile 📚 Every year, a baby is abandoned in the forest as a sacrifice for the witch who lives there. Can rescues the babies and feeds each one starlight before she finds them new homes on the other side of the forest. One year, Xan accidentally feeds a baby moonlight instead, filling an ordinary child with extraordinary magic...

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kellyannprz
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Stayed this weekend at a beach house and started this one✨

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IuliaC
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Ended 2020 and started 2021 in fairytale mode with this fabulous story, brimming with wisdom and recalling the feminine archetype as a source, protector and healer of creation.

"Some of us... choose love over power. Indeed, most of us do."

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IuliaC
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I'm ending 2020 reading this fairytale outside in the sun, on this unusually warm winter day and hoping 2021 will be magical 🪁💫⭐

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Rissa1
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Mehso-so

This was just not for me. It wasn't bad, maybe it was just the wrong time.

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IuliaC
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It's that so called Twilight Zone-like time between Christmas and New Year's Eve, when we can indulge in the simplest yet some of the greatest pleasures such as reading 📚

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DustyPages
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5 🌟 I loved this book so much, it was whimsical and dark and just everything I loved and I want to reread it again so bad!

TheNeverendingTBR Gorgeous books! I especially like the H.G. Wells one! 😍 1y
Cathy_J I completely agree! I loved this one too! 🥰 1y
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ItsAnotherJen
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Oh how I love books about magic. This one gave me all the feels. It was really beautifully done! I'm surprised more people don't talk about it. The title is perfect and the cover is gorgeous. The story exceeded my expectations. I want to read something else by this author. She's got a few other books out, and I love her talented storytelling.

⭐⭐⭐⭐

wanderinglynn I enjoyed that one too. 1y
booksellerofyourdiscontent That cover is beautiful! 1y
Shmemilina I loved The Witch‘s Boy by her! 1y
ItsAnotherJen @Shmemilina Thanks for the recommendation- I'll add it to my #tbr 1y
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