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Karisa
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#WinterGames #TMSkellington @Crimson613 @StayCurious @Clwojick

We don't get snow days in my area, but I'd imagine my necessities would be a fully charged Kindle packed with books, warm blankets, my family, my cats, and chocolate. Maybe snowman decorations and a sled too to tell the kids to go outside with. Sounds like heaven! ❄

Crimson613 6pts!! Sounds like fun!! 😎👌 1d
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Niaaelizz

“If you‘re supposed to accept that life is always changing and be fine with that today may be okay but tomorrow might be the worst day of your life-ever-, then how do you do your homework? “

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Niaaelizz

I enjoyed this book a lot! I would use this in a middle school classroom setting even for earlier ages. The language used can be challenging enough and the story, funny and engaging!

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Niaaelizz
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Realistic fiction. I think this book is very relatable for kids! Milo portray the life of many children in school from his friendships, to crushes and even with all of this, the life he leaves at home. This book does a good job in covering the topic of death as well as we see Milo‘s mothers death and the effects it had on him in school.

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ahoffkosik
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On my pod, the beginning of December means more than holiday music on the radio... it means that New Reads November is over and we‘re back to our usual literary throwbacks! And what better way to get back into the routine than with Episode 74, a conversation about Louis Sachar‘s There‘s a Boy in the Girls‘ Bathroom, which shines a spotlight on mental health and counseling. Actress, YouTuber, and author Lisa Schwartz guests! Link to listen in bio.