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JacintaMCarter
Palace of Lies | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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I liked this book better than the second in the series, but not as much as the first. It was a surprisingly good depiction of PTSD for a middle-grade fairy tale, and I enjoyed getting to see more of one of the side characters from the second book.

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JacintaMCarter
Palace of Mirrors | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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I really enjoyed this sequel to Just Ella. And while Ella wasn‘t the main character, she does appear in this book, so we get to see what she‘s up to.

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emilybanne
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Because of Anya by, Margaret Peterson Haddix, is a RF novel that would be ideal for an IR. In the book, Anya has an illness that makea her hair fall out. As a young girl going through school, it is hard enough to fit in. Her wig even falls off in the middle of class. Will she makes friends? Will she stand up to the class and her peers? Will she learn to love herself? This a great book for kids to read so they can learn empathy and kindness.

emilybanne This book is a quick yet nessacary read that will most likely get you in your feels. https://www.journalbuddies.com/journal_prompts__journal_topics/be-kind-to-humank... On this website there are many writing prompts on subjects about being kind. The kids can do some great self reflecting after they read this book and pick a few prompts to write about. A UDL guideline that fits is 9.3 which is develop self assessment and reflection. 4y
emilybanne They will be reflecting while writing about the different prompts provided. An ESOL Strategy is 3 which is to encourage self talk. We want to help the students create pictures and connections in their mind. We can help guide them to self reflect and dig deeper into the book. #UCFLAE3414SUB18 4y
DrSpalding I couldn‘t agree more that this book will help students empathize and better understand other children dealing with illness. 4y
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MariaW
Schattenkinder | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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As I already mentioned before, I read this one with my 8th graders in school. I really liked it, because it‘s written in an easy form and good to understand. Still it went off a bit boring, but then gained pace. My pupils are German learners, so for them it was a bit difficult to read and the didn‘t grasp the idea of a dystopy. #schattenkinder #amongthehidden #margaretpetersonhaddix #haddix

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MariaW
Schattenkinder | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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Waiting for the coffee in the teacher‘s room. I‘m reading this one with my 8th graders here in Egypt. For them it‘s a bit difficult to understand.
#schattenkinder #margaretpetersonhaddix #haddix #amongthehidden

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quirkyreader
The Always War | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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This is what I found today during my adventuring. The flower fairies fabric is going to be made into a book bag.

JoScho I loved Pinky and the Brain 💕 5y
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erin.yarbrough
Palace of Mirrors | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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A F novel written by Margaret Peterson Haddix tells the story of a long-lost princess living the life of a commoner after her parents are killed by evil forces. A decoy is currently on the throne until she is old enough to return to her kingdom and the evil threat is neutralized. However, when she decides to take the throne back for herself, she encounters one of the biggest plot twist I have ever read.

erin.yarbrough This books is perfect for an AS since Haddix has written other 5th grade-level books. However, it could be also used in a DR, a S, RT, or LC. The chapters could easily be reenacted which would make this great in an active classroom. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/books/palace-of-mirrors-by-margaret-peterson... 5y
erin.yarbrough For an ELL, the organization of the chapters are very neat and easy to follow, so marking up the book to show introductions and transitions is easy to do (#17). For UDL, this method of in-book annotation could be used to enhance capacity for monitoring progress and guide information processing (6.4 and 3.3). #UCFLAE3414SP18 5y
DrSpalding Impressive Erin. I added this to my stack. I have read all of her shadow children series but have not read this one. Nice summary. You enticed me to want to read the book.🙂 5y
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Kshakal
Among the Enemy | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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One of the many things I love about this series is the character development! Every person has a deep history and you can feel the struggles, past and present in the writing!! With only one more book left in the series, I still have no idea how this is going to end!

BethM Ive read a few of these! Pretty good. @Kshakal can you email me at bethmkaiser gmail.com please? 🤐 5y
Kshakal @BethM I emailed you! 5y
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Exlibrisbitsy
Palace of Mirrors | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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Loving this book! Set in the same world as Just Ella, it's a great twist on the prince and the pauper.

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speedy_reads
Uprising | Margaret Peterson Haddix
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Uprising by Margaret Peterson Haddix #uprising #margaretpetersonhaddix #ya #youngadult