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LibraryCin
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Mehso-so

It seemed like I was missing something right at the start! I guess this only started with Swamp Thing #21, when Alan Moore took over the writing of it. Oops! Didn‘t realize. And didn‘t really know the story. It did seem to back up a bit after the opening bit to explain, and I found the explanation of how the Swamp Thing came to be quite interesting. The rest of the book was ok. I don‘t think I‘ll continue the series

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AleciaM
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Where the Sidewalk Ends, by Shel Silverstein is an amazing book full of great poems. The poem that I like the best is "Sick". This poem is about a little girl named Peggy who comes up with every excuse for being sick just so she doesn't have to go to school, until she finds out it is Saturday and she needs to go play. This poem would be a great starter for choral reading. #UCFLAE3414F19

AleciaM This book would be great for beginner ESOL and simple enough for your lower level ESE children. The ESOL I chose is #21 record your lectures, presentations, and stories on audiotape, especially for new students who have very limited exposure to English. The UDL I chose is 1.2 Offer alternatives for auditory information. http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/choosing-word-sum... 1mo
Lrobertson Great idea for your EL strategy! Audio tapes are a great tool for the students to listen while reading along with the book. I listen to audiobooks now all the time as an adult! 1mo
KristenScala Great post for a great book! I like the resource you picked as well, lots of great information included, especially under the “instructional plan” tab 1mo
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Auntynanny
Bombshells Vol. 1: Enlisted | Marguerite Bennett
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I read this to fulfill Book Riot's Read Harder Challenge #21: A comic by an LGBTQIA creator. I really liked it! It's a sort of superheroine retelling of World War II. The artwork is gorgeous as well.

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Karisa
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#Booked2019 @Cinfhen @BarbaraTheBibliophage @4thhouseontheleft

I've been forgetting to add my tags for the #Booked2019 challenge! Here's what I've got for fall so far:

#19. Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo (Evelyn is addicted to fame! 🎥)

#21. The Testaments (So freaking good!)

Question... Would the whistleblower's account work for #23/#24 possibly? 😬

#22. Wayward Son (Penelope is one of the POV characters.)

BarbaraTheBibliophage Hah. That‘s a good question. I found a book with the account in Scribd, even though I downloaded the account I read from a Congressional site. I‘d say sure ... but I‘d be more inclined to call it political intrigue than public domain. What do you think co-hosts? 2mo
Cinfhen I think it works for both categories 🤷🏼‍♀️ 2mo
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Lauredhel
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I did it! #readharder2019. Better view of books covered coming up. Yay!

Daisey Congratulations! 🎉 3mo
Lauredhel @Daisey thanks! 3mo
Butterfinger I still have #21, 22, and 23 to read. I'm so close. Good job!! 3mo
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Lauredhel @Butterfinger enjoy! What are you planning to read for those categories? 3mo
Butterfinger @Lauredhel I haven't read 17 either. I may do your choice. I want to start selling crafts. 21- James Tyrion IV. 22- Piecing Me Together 23- Landsraan Chronicles. 3mo
OnlyYoo Congrats on doing so well on your challenge!! 3mo
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Joanster5
Becoming | Michelle Obama
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This was a great audiobook. I rated it 5/5 stars. It was fun learning about her and living in the White House. I slipped it into my ATY challenge for prompt #21 - a book from a poll that was either a close call or polarizing. #aty2019 #aroundtheyearin52books

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Jazinator
Jane Eyre | Charlotte Bront
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Book #21: Continuing on through my grandfather's book collection I noticed there was a large number of books by Jane Austen and the Bronte sisters. And so I decided to sit down and tackle some of those books.
It has been so long since I have read Jane Eyre, I feel that I can't do it justice anymore. This is another of the books I need to go back to...

http://dinojim.blogspot.com/2003/12/the-306-greatest-books-21-jane-eyre.html

#100greatestbooks

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TracyReadsBooks
Middlewest #7 | Skottie Young
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This is a great day to be a fan of comics—so many great releases!!! And so many fantastic covers! Shuri #8!!! Wonder Woman #71!!! Also this week, Runaways #21 (with one of my favorite covers of this run), Invisible Kingdom #3 (super curious to see where G. Willow Wilson is taking this story) and last but definitely not least Middlewest #7 (start of the new arc), and Middlewest Book One collecting the first six issues. Yay #ncbd!

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michellelav
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Without realizing this was book #21 in the Krewe of Hunters series I accidently read this one first. It was amazing and I am now planning on reading the series from book #1! I loved Heather Grahams writing style, I was intrigued the whole way through! Can't wait to read the whole series. ❤📚

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SilversReviews
Untitled | Unknown
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Once you have read one of Bette‘s books, you won‘t want to stop.

The featured books are ones I have read and reviewed on my blog.

On a live presentation last night, Bette said EMILY, GONE is Book #21.

Are you a fan? 😊