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Catherine_Willoughby
Girl with a Pearl Earring | Tracy Chevalier
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EadieB I‘ve read 8 of these books! 3h
BookishMe 👏🏽👏🏽Amazing! 48m
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carys14
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While some things validate what I already do, there were a few that I needed to be reminded of such as the importance of a schedule. Even if you only write one page a day, at the end of a year you could have a finished book. Or in my case, if I knit a row a day....

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Catherine_Willoughby
Girl with a Pearl Earring | Tracy Chevalier
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Wellreadhead
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Mehso-so
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EadieB
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Day 27 - #Scandal #ReallyRandomFebruary

Looking forward to reading this soon! Love Follett‘s books!

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 📚👍🏻 1d
OriginalCyn620 👍🏻📚 1d
Louise Sounds like a great read! I‘ll look for it on audio! 1d
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catiewithac
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Here‘s some #litsylove to be mailed soon for the March 2020 challenge 😎

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheBookHippie

TheBookHippie AMAZING! 1d
Cupcake12 Love pop art ❤️ 1d
Meaw_catlady Love those postcards! 1d
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Love ❤️❤️ 1d
Megabooks Cute!! 22h
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Butterflyamore
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Sometimes it‘s impossible not to judge a book by its cover! I love artistic covers and I‘m especially happy when the story inside lives up to the enticing cover! Let me share 5 of my favorites with you: https://youtu.be/XpPDkqCbP5A

#beautifulbookcovers #dontjudgeabookbyitscover #goodreads #booktube #magicalrealism #fairytaleretellings #gothicmystery

EadieB @Butterflyamore I don‘t look at book covers much as I do read lots of thrillers. I basically look at author names but i have read the Diane Sutterfield and Neil Gaiman book and enjoyed them. (edited) 1d
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Eyelit
Cats of the Louvre | Taiyo Matsumoto
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Pickpick

Surreal, charming, and bittersweet. Just what I needed this evening. If you like cats, art, and magical realism, you‘ll more than likely enjoy this enchanting tale.

ju.ca.no seriously - cats, art and magical realism? I need this in my life. 2d
Zoes_Human I just brought this home from the library, but I haven't started it yet. 1d
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Agavitt1
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Pickpick

The Day the Crayons Quit is MF by Drew Daywalt. Duncan comes home and sees his crayons wrote to him, each complaining about their treatment. The story ends with Duncan wanting them to be happy, so he colors a picture. Looking closely at it, he used the crayons just how they asked in the letters. After we read this in class, I told my boyfriend about how funny it was so I thought it was the perfect opportunity to read it to him. #UCFLAE3414SP20

Agavitt1 This is good for RA but I think it would be fun to use as RT as well, especially with higher grade levels so students can have a lot of fun with it, and engage in some sassy crayon behavior. https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/book/day-crayons-quit is a resource with a lot of different activities to use for this book.
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Agavitt1 UDL Principle 3.2 Highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships: The story shows relationships Duncan has with his crayons and them expressing their ideas. It provides a healthy but fun approach to students being able to have these conversations.
ESOL strategy 6. Continually monitor students‘ comprehension: All students should be able to enjoy a fun story. Speaking clearly and slow enough allowing time for comprehension.
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carolinem I love the picture! It‘s really important that students are understanding and comprehending what they are reading and ESOL strategy does the job!! 1d
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juliap99
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#ucflae3414sp20
This fiction book is great for a R.A to the class! It‘s so funny and engaging and your students will love it ! It was a Goodreads choice award for best picture book. The illustrations are adorable. Each page is a letter from a crayon. This book is great for teaching your students how to write a letter. The website listed is for practice on writing letters which is great to do after reading this book.

hadassajl Love your picture!! I also really like how in the website, it gives a tool for students to become familiar with writing a letter. Then, the students practice what they‘ve learned. Love it! 2d
juliap99 The EL strategy I chose to go with this book is “encourage the use of diagrams and drawings as aids to identify concepts and seeing relationships”. The pictures in this book really bring the words to life. The UDL I chose is “foster collaboration and community” because in this book all the crayons want to be used. This book encourages inclusivity. 2d
juliap99 The EL strategy is #30 2d
Rachelleleduc I absolutely love your picture! This book is my favorite and the one crayon you left is my favorite part of the book! So funny! I also really like how you tied in ESOL by the pictures and how it brings the book to life! 2d
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