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mdm139
Snowflake Bentley | Jacqueline Briggs Martin
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4 more picture books read with word find words 1180 pts #teamgamesleighers #wintergames @StayCurious

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keithmalek
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I love facts like this, because you have to wonder how many people have ever suffocated in a giant vat of corn, and why the author would choose that particular example. Maybe this happens frequently in Iowa?

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MoonWitch94
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Some #HolidayHumor from everyone‘s favorite teenage witch, Sabrina ❄️🎄🕯🔮🖤 #WinterSolstice #Yule

❄️6 points for #MistletoeManiacs #WinterGames2021

JessClark78 🖤 17h
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Every couple of years I make it a point to catch up with this series to see what the brightest minds in science writing are concerned with. This year there was a lot on the coronavirus, naturally. But also interesting articles about rabbit hemorrhagic fever, toxic dumping of DDT into the Pacific Ocean, earthworms, and the unsung heroine of lichenology. I love getting good science writing for the layperson on a variety of topics. Solid PICK for me.

Nute Wow! You sold me! Stacking! 2d
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sarahlandis
Prodigal Summer | Barbara Kingsolver
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Wow. Another book I did not want to end. It chronicles one summer in three strangers lives living in southern Appalachia. The way Kingsolver gives so much imagery in her details and weaves intricate relationships is always so mesmerizing. Every time I read a book by her, I crave more. This book had so much animal, bug, and plant love and knowledge I was so completely enthralled.

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sarahlandis
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I did not want this book to end. I listened to the author on a podcast and have been desperately needing to read/listen to her again. The way she writes about nature is unreal riveting. This book was emotional, beautiful, covering activism, indigenous roots, historical changes, and personal stories of land in America.

Leftcoastzen It‘s a marvelous book ! Nice review,I hope more people discover it & the author. 2d
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TheBookHippie
Dear Treefrog | Joyce Sidman
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Fun way to introduce #poetry to students (lyrical prose)

Great Read A Loud

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GatheringBooks
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#WishesAndBlessings Day 8: A #frosty page spread from tagged book. An Overdrive find. Review is forthcoming. ❄️☃️⛄️🌨

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Pretty 🤍💙 ❄️ ⛄️ 2d
Eggs Lovely ❄️🤍 ☁️ 2d
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Zoes_Human
Seed to Plant | Kristin Baird Rattini
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A great natural science book for elementary students and early readers. Explores the basics of plants while introducing new vocabulary. Includes jokes.