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Category Archives: interesting books
I completely dropped the ball on this one. Banned Books Week is concluding tomorrow. Bummer. It runs September 24−October 1. If you haven’t talked about banned books in your English class, I would take a look at the American Library … Continue reading
Check and see if you’ve got to read this summer! All the summer reading lists throughout Monroe County can be found here. If you go to school in Churchville-Chili, here are your reading lists: 7th Grade: Suggested Reading 8th Grade: … Continue reading
National Donut Day! Who knew that there was a national donut day? Not I, that’s for sure. But heck, why not celebrate such a special occasion! And don(u)t just buy them at the store. Make them yourself! Here’s a book … Continue reading
It could be a MAGGOT! YAY! Check out the book the video is based on here on Goodreads.
Jack D Ferraiolo (author of Big Splash and Sidekicks) has a new blog and he created a delightful video! YOU MUST WATCH IT NOW!
Here are the books from last week! Right now I’m reading Broken Memory and Room. Both are extremely sad. 😦 What I need is a cheerful book! Got any suggestions? 1. Vampirates Book 3: Blood Captain by Justin Somper While … Continue reading
“”The Supreme Team!” Derrington shouted.
“You want to learn which support jobs might help you get started in a particular career.”
“That’s silly, I could read all them myself, even Alice with her old-fashioned words.”
Great. The second book I choose, the 56th page is BLANK. Sigh. We’ll just pretend that page 57 is page 56. 🙂 “He just stood there, not moving, but something had changed.”