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As a pre-K–5th grade librarian, I get asked all the time, “What is your favorite book?” I always answer, “That is like trying to choose a favorite star in the sky!” My favorite book changes daily, sometimes hourly. And this is good because it means that the world of children’s literature is alive and […]
Imagine you are with the same group of people during thirteen very impressionable years of your life. They influence your thinking for seven hours a day, five days a week. Then, on the “off” time, you hang around others who were with you during those seven hours. You start to view the world through the […]
Teaching is hard work. It doesn’t seem reasonable that teachers should be required, in addition to all the lesson planning, grading, communicating with parents, committee work, and the million other things the job requires, to also have to read to improve their teaching. After a while, it gets tiring reviewing the latest in a series […]