Category Archives: IMWAYR

The Moon Is a Star!

Not really, of course, but since this summer marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, it almost seems like it is. Yesterday I spotted not one, but two, moon book displays in a local bookstore. There were … Continue reading

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It’s Monday – What I’m Reading

Last week I received some books from Charlesbridge Publishers to review and consider for the Keystone State Literacy Association’s book award list. One of my favorites is A Moon for Moe and Mo by Jane Breskin Zalben with illustrations by Mehrdokht … Continue reading

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It’s Monday – What I’m Reading

I added two great picture books to my “recommend this book” list last week. Everything You Need for a Treehouse by Carter Higgins and illustrated by Emily Hughes is a beautiful book and a wonderful example of how words and … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading This Monday

Just got back from the NCTE conference in Houston! It was full of learning, reconnecting, meeting and hearing from great speakers and authors, and of course BOOKS. This morning I unpacked the book stack I was fortunate enough to come … Continue reading

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It’s Monday – What I’m Reading

Part of the perks of being on a book award committee is getting books to review. Last week I received a box of books from Boyds Mills Press (thank you!). So here’s what I’ll be reading this week: A few … Continue reading

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It’s Monday – What I’m Reading

I’m making my way through the pile of picture books above. I haven’t read them all yet but there are three in particular I would highly recommend. Good Rosie! (Candlewick Press) by Kate DiCamillo and illustrated by Harry Bliss is a … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

I recently had the pleasure of reading two outstanding middle grade novels that I would highly recommend. Just Like Jackie by Lindsey Stoddard tells the story of 11-year-old Robinson Hart who is having a difficult time in school dealing with … Continue reading

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