Here are highlights from the links that I shared on Twitter this week @JensBookPage. Topics during this relatively light week include #BookLists, #Cybils, #GiftGuides, #GraphicNovels, #GrowingBookworms, #PictureBooks, #STEM, Christmas, creativity, schools, and science.
I suspect, with the holidays coming up, and my daughter out of school for the next two weeks, that this will be my last post of the year. Wishing all who celebrate it a joyous Christmas, and a happy and healthy New Year to all. Thanks for reading!
Book Lists + Gift Guides
Favorite , 1st and 2nd Grade Edition, Fall 2017 from Chicken Spaghetti, w/ list of book-finding resources https://t.co/yMKAQWwkpH
Books You Can Sing, a that made for her toddler niece
Challenge: NSTA 2018 Outstanding Trade Books & Books | from
27 Great Books to Share at Christmas, some focused on bible, others on values + traditions, from
Some fun stuff on this | 50 Bookish Gifts for Mighty Girl Book Lovers
Today's featured REVIEW: middle grade nominee All’s Faire in Middle School from , reviewed by
Today's featured REVIEW: nominee When Your Lion Needs a Bath from , review by Tiffa Foster
Today's featured REVIEW: Elem/MG nominee Ghosts of Greenglass House, review by
13 Keys To Nurturing A Readerly Life from | Model , give students choice, + more
Time to put ‘a book on every bed’ for morning (or whatever holiday you celebrate), a reminder from
foster says Lydia Olsen in | "Kids who struggle reading traditional books might do better with comics"
20 Great Holiday or Travel Activities for Kids (5-15), many themed, from
Schools and Libraries
Using in the Middle School | Students are never too old |
What Is That?": How We Unwittingly Dampen Children's Creative Development - | Describe what you see in a child's art
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