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ncsufoxes
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My daughter loves this series of books & finally got the new one, Aaron Slater, Illustrator. I just wanted to say how much I love seeing children with disabilities being represented in books. This story is about a young boy that has dyslexia, again so great to see representation. The author & illustrator also note about Dyslexia & ADD/ADHD. They note about the positive sides of these diagnoses (creativity, intelligence, & awesomeness).

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GatheringBooks
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#WishesAndBlessings Day 18: #Bows reminded me of this accessory worn by this kind teacher. Overdrive find. Review is forthcoming.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awwww ❤️ 12mo
Eggs Great faces👏🏻 12mo
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GatheringBooks
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#WishesAndBlessings Day 16: Lots of #Gold in this picturebook cover. Overdrive find. Review is forthcoming. 💕🤞🏼📚

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful cover 💛 12mo
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Sharpeipup
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Did you know there‘s a text type specifically designed for people with dyslexia?

To learn more, visit dyslexiefont.com

wanderinglynn I had no idea. What a great thing. Thanks for sharing. 13mo
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LibrarianRyan
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Pickpick

⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐5 ⭐
What an absolutely lovely biography. I have known the Mike Mulligan steam shovel books and the others all my life, but I never thought about where they came from. Now we all do. This story was wonderful and lovingly illustrated.

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instaedd
The Last Flight | Julie Clark
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Lf196117

“Life is not as rich not real unless you partake life with you fellow man”

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Lf196117

I don‘t know if I would read this book or not to a group of students. It was very long and I even zoned out during some parts.

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Lf196117
Mehso-so

This book did a very good job telling a personal story and putting in a bigger picture. While Ed was growing up, he lived in a big house in the nice part of Shanghai. He spoke of all the memories he had in the big house through the entire second world war. The afterword describes that Eddy didn‘t realize how big and dramatic the second world war was until he grew up, even though he lived through all of it.

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abbychlosta

“I knew nothing could happen to us within those walls, in the house Baba built.”