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JulietBooks
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I want to work for this tech company that manufactures cool. 😎❄

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JoScho
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I finally got my hands on this book and it is just as beautiful as I hoped it would be.

Blaire Ooh, I‘m going to pick this one up go read with my son. 1mo
JoScho @Blaire it is so cute! I read it to my 7th and 8th graders and even they enjoyed it 🖤 1mo
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Come-read-with-me
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Dr. Seuss always gets it right!

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Allierd22
Once a Mouse... | Marcia Brown

“The tiger felt shameful, and in the end he became a frightened mouse again.“

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Allierd22
Once a Mouse... | Marcia Brown

This book made me think about when I was a child and I would try to show off my accomplishments or something extremely cool that I had which nobody else I knew did. One thing I never thought about was that even though the things I had technically belonged to me, I would not have had them if it were not for my parents, or friends that had given them to me

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Allierd22
Once a Mouse... | Marcia Brown
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Pickpick

This award winning book was not only interesting to look at, it also was a great lesson to share with young readers because it embodies the way human nature tends to be. We are prideful, and sometimes forget the people in our lives who have helped us get to the places we are at today. When the mouse was turned into a tiger, he was so prideful that he forgot the hermit was the reason for it all, so in the end he became a mouse again.

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Cinfhen
Speak No Evil | Uzodinma Iweala
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#AyUpAugust This book was gifted to me by the fabulous @Hooked_on_books and I can‘t wait to read it!! The cover made me think of a rainbow, and the subject matter made me think of #PRIDE 🏳️‍🌈which led me to today‘s prompt #ChasingRainbows 🌈🌈🌈

Jennick2004 Gorgeous! 2mo
Lola This cover always catches my eye. 2mo
bromeliad Paint smears have been a popular book cover in the last year or two and I kinda wanna buy all of them and put them on display as art 😅 2mo
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BarbaraBB It‘s a good one, imo! 2mo
squirrelbrain Lovely cover, and the book sounds good too... stacked! 2mo
Cinfhen Glad to hear @BarbaraBB and this cover is definitely #EyeCandy 🤩😍🤩 @Jennick2004 @Lola @bromeliad @squirrelbrain 2mo
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Meaw_catlady
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Not really book related ( we were selling used books) but here is my best friend and my craft booth at pride festival this weekend! It was our first time doing this and we had a blast! I made scrunchies , crystal / die necklaces !

litenthusiast That is awesome! 2mo
britt_brooke Fun! 2mo
Leftcoastzen Cool! 2mo
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Branwen Love it! 💕 2mo
sprainedbrain ❤️❤️❤️ 2mo
BlameJennyJane So cool to see the festival you were talking about... definitely Litsy and BFC related. Looks fun!!! 2mo
sudi Sounds fun! 😃 2mo
youneverarrived 💙💙 2mo
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DawnS
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Pickpick

This RF book is the winner of the Caldecott Medal, Coretta Scott King Award, and the Newberry! It is a fantastic and fun book that I think many young children could relate to. The story is of a young boys visit to the barber and the fresh cut he gets that takes him from a piece of marble to royalty! I love the confidence this story pushes out and think it would make a fun RA or a great addition to a classroom library for IR. #UCFLAE3414SU19

DawnS http://www.carolhurst.com/titles/crown.html has topics to speak about with students and ideas on using this book for activities (I like the idea of creating books about something that makes them feel confident) it would align with ESOL strategy 3 encouraging self talk and UDL 7.2 optimizing relevance, value, and authenticity. 3mo
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jmartucci
Hare and Tortoise | Alison Murray
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Pickpick

Hare and Tortoise by Alison Murray is a great TL story that would be a nice lesson for the classroom. Of course, it tells how slow and steady can still win the race and you don‘t have to be the fastest. I would use the strategy of RA, so the students can all listen and discuss when the story is done.
http://www.cpalms.org/Public/PreviewResourceLesson/Preview/60046. The UDL I would use is 3.3, guide information processing and visualization.

jmartucci I would use ESOL strategy 10 and have them use think, pair, share to discuss the story. #ucflae3414su19 3mo
Estradan The resource you provided is great for 1st graders to learn about fables and learn about characters. The ESOL strategy you aligned it with fits perfectly with this resource because it‘ll give students to discuss what they thought the message of the story was. 3mo
alexialovesmith This book would make a perfect read aloud. I used to love this story as a child, so giving students the opportunity to listen and then discuss it with one another is awesome! 3mo
DrSpalding Going straight to our department of education website is a smart move Jaclyn. I‘m adding this version to my stack. Quality traditional literature and current variants are excellent read aloud‘s in the primary classroom. 2mo
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