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thebluestocking
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I really enjoyed this thoughtful exploration of how small changes, especially to the lives of women and girls, can change the world. I thought this would have more memoir in it, but once I adjusted there was little to dislike.

marleed I thought this was an inspiring read. 2d
thebluestocking @marleed Me too. 💙 2d
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Erika13137
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When you have the day off and walk to your fav cafe to read for the morning. #lifegoals

QuietlyLaura Looks perfect! 6d
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Sydsavvy
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“Because sometimes all that‘s needed to lift women up is to stop pulling them down.”

❤️❤️❤️ #empowerment #women

And I love #kindlequotes new look!!

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Julsmarshall
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My local library has a lucky shelf. They are books that have long hold lines and are hard to get. So far I‘ve found this one and Where the Crawdads sing. Better get to reading! Anyone else‘s library do this? #lovemylibrary

Beatlefan129 I put a hold on the ebook of “The Huntress “ at my library and was told it would be a 14 week wait, then I got an email saying I could get a special skip-the-line copy immediately. I felt like I won a prize! 3w
marleed Great idea and Yay you! I try to finish popular books as quickly as I can so I can alleviate the wait behind me! My secret thought is that I‘ll get a special gold-star and skip the line coupon for being such a responsible library borrower! 3w
DivineDiana Love this idea! 👍🏻📚👏🏻 3w
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BeverlyMel
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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Pickpick

Whoever you are is a Caldecott award winner that talks about how even though we may be different on the outside we are all the same on the inside. This story could be used as an RA to help students to understand one another. #UCFLAE3414SU19

BeverlyMel https://www.amazon.com/Whoever-You-Are-Quienquiera-seas/dp/0152058915/ref=nodl_. This is the link for the book but in spanish in order to cater to spanish speaking students. (EL 24) This will help promote understanding across all languages. (UDL 2.4) 3w
Mary_Dehner Love this book! 3w
Stephanie5 Love this book I thought it was great to use in the classroom for teaching different cultures. 3w
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fquadri I love this book and I like how you provided the link to the book in Spanish. Great way to be inclusive! 3w
Summerm Loved this book! It would be a great addition to any classroom library & helps to create a culturally diverse library in your classroom! 3w
DeannaP This is such a cute book! I love how you have a link that will read the book in Spanish! It‘s perfect for EL‘s! 3w
Estradan I love the Spanish resource you provided! It shows a great lesson of being different is okay. 3w
DMoux Love how you provided a link for Spanish ELL‘s! That would be a great addition to a classroom library! 3w
galacticbees i did this book too! this is what i chose for my teachlive read aloud and it‘s just such a fun and easy read 3w
DrSpalding Late 3w
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Stephanie5
Whoever You Are | Mem Fox, Leslie Staub
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This book would be a great book in the classroom to teach multiculturalism and have an open disscussion after to talk about who is from where and what there cultural is like. This book is NF and would read in the classroom as a SR would be a great opportunity to teach other students where they come from and how it is there. UDL 8.3 and ESOL 6 #ucflae3414su19

Kcompton2912 I love this book! This would be a fantastic book for multiculturalism. It would be great if you did a social studies unit and opened with this book and then dedicated a day to a culture for a week long unit! 3w
DrSpalding More detail needed 2w
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gabbymartin
Child of the Civil Rights Movement | Ral Coln, Paula Young Shelton
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This is an RNF PB, “Child of the Civil Rights Movement”, written and illustrated by Paula Young Shelton and Raul Colon. This book is amazing because it‘s written from the perspective of MLK‘s niece, when she was living as a young child during the birth of the civil rights movement. Teaching Strategies: RC, LA. UDL: 3.1 Make sure students have an understanding of the civil rights movement era before reading the text.

gabbymartin EL: 48. Group writing or journaling to further comprehend the civil rights movement. Website: https://socialjusticebooks.org/child-of-the-civil-rights-movement/ this is a resource to purchase the book as well as a lesson plan! 4w
DrSpalding RNF is not one of our abbreviations? Excellent resource for an excellent book. 4w
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cwarnier
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#24in48
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Great book about how to fight for what you want.