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CaseyMoore
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An amazing history of the Gulf of Mexico that will leave you thoroughly depressed and destroyed. So strange to read a book that I am so very connected to in various ways.

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Schnoebs
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4⭐️

Really loved the format of the chapters and it told a very well rounded and informative story on the issue of garbage in modern society.

Goodreads Review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2618967152

#audiobook #scribd #nonfiction #environmental #mpls #twincities

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Addison_Reads
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My #NonFiction2019 Bingo Card is finally filled 😁 I had a great time doing this challenge. @Riveted_Reader_Melissa

Riveted_Reader_Melissa Excellent! Great job, and some wonderful books on there. I hope you enjoyed your choices. 4w
Amiable Yay! Congratulations! 🎉 4w
Hooked_on_books Woo-hoo! Nice job! (Shout out for Good and Mad; I loved that book.) 4w
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CaseyMoore
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Sunday reading.

Addison_Reads The Whale and The Gulf are both excellent books. Happy Reading! 😁 1mo
CaseyMoore Loving The Whale. The Gulf is heartbreaking for many different reasons. Makes me miss my days as a kid in Destin during the summer. (edited) 1mo
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Addison_Reads
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Usually Sunday means work for me, but with the triple digit heat here in Texas we decided to take a day off. So I'm enjoying a lazy Sunday reading in bed, and our new little kitty Charlie is desperately trying to get his big brother Pip to play with him. 😻

#catsoflitsy

The book I'm reading is fascinating too. So much history and science all melded together in a tale of human persistence and nature's survival.

Tadams4 Two lucky black cats! You are blessed! I‘m also ‘enjoying‘ the Texas heat! That book sounds wonderful! Enjoy your Sunday! 2mo
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ctbookworm
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Second read and while I didn't enjoy it as much as I did the first time, it was still so good! Super cute read!

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jb72
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#MakeMeReadIt #July2019
Here is my July #makemereadit stack of books. Which ones should I read? Vote and let me know.
If Walls Could Talk
Practical Magic
The Legacy of Luna
Me and the Pumpkin Queen
Suspicious Minds

MySharonaK I never read the book but I loved the practical magic movie 🧙‍♀️ 4mo
jb72 @MySharonaK same for me. I‘ve seen the movie and it‘s fun. I‘m guessing the book is even better. 4mo
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TheNerdyProfessor I vote for Practical Magic! 4mo
TheSpineView I would choose Practical Magic. 4mo
AkashaVampie I'm with everyone else... never read the book but loved the movie Practical Magic 4mo
LibrarianRyan I vote for Stranger Things. 4mo
Crazeedi The only one I've read is this, it was good 4mo
kindergartenkat Stranger Things 4mo
wanderinglynn I‘m a big fan of Juliet Blackwell. 👍🏻👍🏻 I liked Practical Magic, but it wasn‘t a fave. The other 3 I haven‘t read. 4mo
Soubhiville Stranger things! 4mo
jb72 @wanderinglynn I love her Witchcraft Mystery series. I need to get on the ball and read more of her books for sure. 4mo
wanderinglynn @jb72 Then you should like her Haunted Home renovation series too. Mel is a fun character. 👍🏻 4mo
JaclynW I haven't read any of these! Practical Magic is on my list, so I will vote for you to read that. 🙂🧙‍♀️ 4mo
BookNAround I haven‘t read any of these so I played eenie meenie minie more and came up with Strangers Things. 4mo
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morgan_lionheart
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I read this because one of the characters in Overstory is based on Julia Hill. I normally don't like memoirs, and wasn't particularly expecting to enjoy this one, but I actually really enjoyed it. Hill is very inspiring.

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Alexisjordan5
Someday a Tree | Eve Bunting, Ronald Himler
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SF•No awards found• RA
This is about a family that tries to save a tree that is dying because of pollution.
Guided Reading Lapbook: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Someday-a-Tree-by-Eve-Bunting-Book-C...
EL: post important words on the board that are used in the book that may be difficult to understand.
UDL: 2.1
#UCFSU19

StephJB1221 I‘m becoming more and more interested in Eve Bunting as I discover her work! This looks like such an amazing story to read especially when talking to students about the importance of keeping our Earth clean! 4mo
CWalters As you know, I‘m a huge fan of Eve Bunting. Beautiful book and important conversation with kids. 4mo
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CorinnaBechko
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Wow. This is a sobering read of the type that changes you for the better after the last page is absorbed. Epic in scope, it provides context both culturally and from a natural history perspective about a huge area that shaped the United States yet seldom gets talked. It was a shock to read numerous instances where my hometown was a player, for better and for worse, in historical events. In short, I cried but I loved it. #naturalhistory

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