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In this segment, I share with you three books and discuss three things to love about each. All three books today have a couple things in common — questions of identity and an element of mystery. Two involve recovered Biracial Edison seeks her notso beast, two of them have a bit of magic, Birqcial two of them include rather helpful birds. This novel, by Gordon Korman, was one that people kept pushing me to read.
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Which to me, is that hard-to-achieve but perfect when it happens combination. A story about inseparable twins Iris and Lark. Well, inseparable until 5th grade when they are each placed into different classes with teachers who might not be the best fit for their distinctive personalities. Iris is analytical, outspoken, conscientious — a girl who always knows when her library books are due.
Lark is sensitive, brilliantly creative, dreamy — a girl who always knows what library books she wants to check out next. If Iris is Hermione then Lark is more Luna. But the winds of change are in the air — new school arrangements, new after-school clubs, and a new shop opening up that might not be what it seems. Here Horny girls Slidell three reasons to love The Lost Girl: If you have a kid who enjoys realistic fiction with a bit of magical adventure than slide this book their way.
This novel starts with a mysterious boy washed up on a beach. And so he sets off to find to find answers and discover who he is. And brilliantly done. As the boy ventures beyond the beach, snippets of his memories return and slowly weave together a picture of Biracial Edison seeks her notso beast happened. The leaves in the trees purred in the slight breeze. Biracial Edison seeks her notso beast waves tugged at his ankles. This novel reminded me of Orphan Islandand one other book that I love.
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I opened Focused thinking I was reading a window book — and it turned into a mirror book for me. I know that books can change minds and can change lives.
But rarely has a novel changed my life for the better so completely and so soon. And by extension — the lives of my family and students.
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And I want to help you connect kids with those wonderful, life-shaping books and bring you inspiring conversations with the authors and educators who make that magic happen. In this segment, I share with you a selection of books centered around a theme and discuss three things to love about each book.
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