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Bookworm54
Moon Called | Patricia Briggs
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“Perfect combinations are rare in an imperfect world.” (Teen Wolf) - Find a meme that reminds you of the main character (meme)

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Remainder of challenge in the comments (candle, and advice) 👇🏻

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Bookworm54 “Stop whatever you are doing. You smell like fruit roll-ups.” (Buffy) - Create a candle that smells like your favourite character. (Description)

I think Mercy would smell like oil, desert, and warm chocolate chip cookies 🍪

“This is beyond my Ken and my Barbie and all my action figures.” (Angel) - Give some advice to your favourite character (Advice)

Think before you speak Mercy. That mouth will get you into trouble!
5mo
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Bookworm54
Moon Called | Patricia Briggs
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“You are my life now.” (Twilight) - What is your favourite quote? (Quote)

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Riveted_Reader_Melissa 😂Makes me want to reread this series! 5mo
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Bookworm54
Moon Called | Patricia Briggs
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“In every generation, there is a chosen one” (Buffy) - who would you cast as your favourite character? (Photo)

My favourite character so far is the MC Mercedes ‘Mercy‘ Thompson, and I would cast Tonantzin Carmelo as Mercy.

She looks like I imagine Mercy to look, and has even played a skinwalker (like Mercy) in Teen Wolf (I haven‘t actually seen teen wolf though...). Perfect!

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AprilMae I always pictured Michelle Rodriguez as Mercy, no idea why 😂 5mo
AprilMae Also, have you read the Alpha and Omega books? LOVED THEM!!! 5mo
Bookworm54 @AprilMae oooo yes she would be a good choice too! I have read cry wolf, and bulk bought the alpha and omega books (I think up to burn bright?) but haven‘t got around to them yet. After this months book club I‘m going to reread the series as I haven‘t got around to the newer ones yet, and then crack them out! ☺️ 5mo
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(Day 25: Monochromatic) #ColormePretty @Sweetkokoro

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TheBookbabeblog84
The Kingdom of Copper | S. A. Chakraborty
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Muntadhir is a complete ass and I hope he get what‘s coming to him. I actually liked him when this started and now 😬. What a jerk! #books #characters

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Bshelton27
The Three Little Pigs | Mei Matsuoka
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This TL book is about little pigs who all build their homes out of different material. The big bad wolf tries to blow down their homes and succeeds until the last little pig outsmarts him. I think this would be a great book to assign roles and turn it into a RT and have child perform it. This website has many activities but I think the best one is having children construct their own homes like in the story. I believe UDL strategy 4.1 (vary the....

Bshelton27 Methods for response and navigation) and ESOL strategy 46 ( use discovery learning activities-hands on activities) would work best with this lesson. https://www.kidssoup.com/activity/three-little-pigs-activities-crafts-lessons-ga... #ucflae3414su19 7mo
DrSpalding This makes for a very fun readers theater! There‘s that plush pig again. Traditional literature stories should be shared with very young children and then the variants can be shared to compare and contrast later on. 6mo
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emilyesears
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A very quick read—only 206 pages. The authors run a parent-child book club at their local library. This is a beginner‘s guide to doing the same. They go through character, setting, plot, etc. using examples from famous children‘s books that they‘ve used in their club. I was surprised how few of the books referenced I had actually read. I do think the subtitle doesn‘t describe what the book is about. Overall, very interesting and a good reference.