Monthly Archives: April 2014

It’s Monday! What are you reading? Mysteries

I have been absent from writing for a few weeks. It does not mean that I have not been reading. It just means I was on the road with little time to write. I did have time to read the … Continue reading

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Using the Arts to Learn –

  Today while reading others blogs I was surprised and excited to see Annie Murphy Paul write about using movement to help reading comprehension for young children. Paul’s post is called Making Stories come Alive.           … Continue reading

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It’s Monday! What are you reading?

I am still reading a few of the older Newbery honor books so this week I took time to enjoy Three Times Lucky by Sheila Turnage. (a middle grade read) Mo, real name Moses, and her partner in crime Dale … Continue reading

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It’s Monday? No, A bit late but – What are you Reading?

I read two books this last week. One took me all week and one I read in about an hour. The difference between an adult book and the children’s book. But both were good reads. I spent the week reading … Continue reading

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The Mixed Up Days of Spring

It’s April One and spring has begun – so they say. The early morning rise showed me wind, snow and dark gray skies. I once again bundled up for the continuing winter weather and stumbled down to the kitchen for … Continue reading

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