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Links I Shared on Twitter this Week: July 14: Reading Choice, Bookish Desserts, and Writing Resources

TwitterLinksHere are highlights from the links that I shared on Twitter this week @JensBookPage. Topics for this very light week include #audiobooks, #GrowthMindset, #ReadAloud, #STEM, #SummerReading, funny books, growing bookworms, libraries, reading, reading choice, schools, special education, and writing.

Growing Bookworms / Summer Reading

BabysittersClub4Light and Silly Books Make Good for younger kids via  https://t.co/UGHYUbnKzd

How to to a Child That Won’t Sit Still |  

In Defense of Free Choice Independent | | "Our students are counting on us" https://t.co/SnPxBliUWW

Giving kids choice: "kids need to learn to read for fun rather than what’s required of them"  https://t.co/XtcaNzfShm

CharlottesWebAudioRoundup of sources for downloading for you & your kids for from

Why We Don't Do at the Public , by librarian | similar reasons in my house

Growth Mindset / Learning

My Son Is In And I Want Him To Be Challenged : Margaret Gilmour

A stressed-out childhood could seriously ruin your kid’s brain | via  https://t.co/RwC9ddR2bz

On Reading, Writing, Blogging, and Publishing

CharlieChocolateFactoryShari’s Berries’ 20 Desserts Inspired By Children’s Books –    

Teachers: great roundup of resources for your classroom from + more 

7 Tips for How to Read Faster (and Still Understand What You Read) |

Discussion from : Finding Connections Between (Otherwise Dissimilar) Books https://t.co/ZXfSMjf0vQ

STEM

Books for Kids: The Truth is Out There — |

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