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Kenyazero
Mooncakes | Suzanne Walker
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I love the cozy culture that comes alongside fall! For the sweater weather prompt of #Haunted, I thought this wonderful and inclusive graphic novel would be perfect. He characters all wear various sweaters throughout! #GraphicNovel #Autumn #Inclusive @Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awesome photo 💜 3mo
Eggs Great photo and idea🧡🎃🧡 3mo
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katy4peas
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Pickpick

A great vacation book. This one was fun with romance and mystery involved. A bit predictable in parts, but still fun and set up for a sequel at the end. I will pick up the sequel for sure. A fun one. 👍🏼🧙🏻‍♀️

#audiobook #magical #lgbtq #inclusive

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MatchlessMarie
The World Needs More Purple People | Kristen Bell, Benjamin Hart
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Mehso-so

I listened to the audio while following along with the kindle version. This book was just meh for me. It was somehow able to be all over the place and vague at the same time. I think it‘s too long winded for its target audience. I was pretty disappointed because I adore Kristen Bell. #BookSpinBingo

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 8mo
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the-motherline
Neither | Airlie Anderson
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KellyR
Pink Is for Boys | Robb Pearlman
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In society today, people have so many views on what is appropriate for boys and girls based on their stereotypes and I think we need to start breaking down those judgements. In my classroom I want all of my students to love what the like without having to hide things. This is a great book to bring students together and support one and another,

KellyR Genre: Fiction
PR: Partner Reading
http://www.unleashingreaders.com/?p=16194
10mo
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ReaganT
The World Needs More Purple People | Kristen Bell, Benjamin Hart
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Pickpick

This is a cute and funny RF book and I think it‘s great to encourage students to ask a lot of questions like the girl in the book. It can inspire the students (and teachers) and it‘s a great one for the classroom library! #UCFLAE3414SP21 https://uploads-ssl.webflow.com/5e7e39cfcef11f64f0277994/5ea0930ddf66b20f4aa421a... This link has many activities for this book but I specifically love the first one!

ReaganT The activity is to draw the purple people in your life! This book can be taught using UDL principle 8.3 foster collaboration and community by having students talk about the purple people in their life. ESOL strategy 1 teaching questioning for clarification works well with this book because it says purple people ask a lot of questions! 11mo
ReaganT Again forgetting the title! The World Needs More Purple People by Kristen Bell (so cool) and Benjamin Hart! 11mo
Chaseb hey Reagan don‘t forget to put the genre :) 11mo
ReaganT @Chaseb I just noticed that thank you!! 11mo
DrSpalding At times you are forgetting to identify the teaching strategy that you would use. Here I assume it would be a read aloud? 9mo
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Sharpeipup
The World Needs More Purple People | Kristen Bell, Benjamin Hart
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Kristen Bell keeps it real in this book with snot laughter. #childrensbook

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Sharpeipup
The World Needs More Purple People | Kristen Bell, Benjamin Hart
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The “wish book” came in the mail...with a coupon!

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Kenyazero
Mooncakes | Suzanne Walker
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Pickpick

I started this Forever ago and was in no hurry to finish because it's a sweet, fairly calm, inclusive (lesbian grannies, a girl with hearing loss, a genderneutral werewolf, poc main characters, etc), beautiful comic. I enjoyed the story (but the conflict resolution felt awkward) and the art was a delight! My favorite was the whimsical spirit creatures that we see sometimes and the background details. A perfect fall read. #LGBTQ #Inclusive #Magic

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Reign_1982
I Am Brown | Ashok Banker
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Pickpick

I really enjoyed this book. My only complaint is some words were hard to read in the illustrations. I read this book as an ebook via libby. But I will definitely make it my business to purchase a hard copy. I recommend every daycare, headstart, and kindergarten class to read this to their students.