Growing Bookworms Newsletter: December 19: The 13th Blog Anniversary Edition
Focus: My Word for the Year

Links I Shared on Twitter this Week: December 21: Happy New Year Edition!

TwitterLinksHere are highlights from the links that I shared on Twitter this week @JensBookPage. Topics in this very brief issue include #BookLists, #Cybils, #Failure, #FunnyBooks, #HigherEd, #JoyOfReading, #ScreenTime, education, reading, research, and technology. 

My daughter is on vacation for the next two weeks, and I will most likely not be blogging. Wishing all who celebrate it a wonderful Christmas. I hope that everyone has a peaceful New Year, and that you spend the holiday period surrounded by people you love. And books. Plenty of books. 

For what it's worth, when asked by my daughter what I want for Christmas I answered that all I want is more time to read. We shall see... Happy New Year!

Book Lists + Awards

FunnyGirlTen to get you laughing (ages 4-13), a from that will help kids find the

Ten to read again & again (ages 8-15), a from | My daughter has and re-reads most of these - it's a solid, kid-friendly list!

Don't miss the Armchair Shortlist Contest | Predict the finalists for a single category

Events, Programs, and Research

The 'dirty secret' about innovation - A 2018 federal report found that only 18 percent of innovations funded by lifted achievement via

Growing Bookworms

EnginerdsBetween a and a | What Happens When You Don’t Enjoy a Book? | + on helping kids learn to choose books that they enjoy

Higher Ed

101: Some Teach Students How to Cope With Setbacks

Schools

If You Want a Content-Rich Curriculum for All, Don't Ignore - | " of choice that implement a knowledge-rich curriculum well and willingly are a proof point" |

Screen Time

ArtOfScreenTimeHow Much Is Too Much for Kids? | talks w/ + industry experts like |

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