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KimSue

KimSue

Joined January 2018

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Uprooted | Naomi Novik
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Where have you been all of my life? 💗

sprainedbrain LOVED that book. 😍 4y
Linsy One of my FAVES! 💖 4y
TheBookKeepers Such a great story ❤️❤️❤️ 4y
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Pickpick

An excellent, quick read packed with practical & helpful advice for English teachers. This was an inspiring & useable pick-me-up!

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Starting a new read after grading some papers. Teachers need to read for fun too!

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Romeo and Juliet | William Shakespeare
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Lately, I‘m not doing as much reading as I would like as I am prepping to begin teaching high school English for the first time. (I taught middle school history ten years ago & have been working in higher education the past decade.) I‘m writing my syllabus for Honors 9 this morning! Romeo & Juliet will be coming up on our reading list for the class soon!

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Dragon Rider | Cornelia Funke
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Reading Dragon Rider with my dragon sleeper snoring away & dreaming of dragons. 🐲

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“Once you connect with your mind, you are who you are and you‘re free.. Now, please, go. Write your asses off.”

Tanzy13 🐱 5y
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“The Atlantic world has been an incredible experiment in how an enslaved population could get away with enslaving the palates of the people who enslaved them. From Boston to Bahia, the black cook—enslaved or free—was second to none. To go beyond assumptions; to interrogate our pain; to see the faces of our ancestors, to cook with them, to know them intimately the only way I can know them after decades of memory loss—those are my paths.”

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Passenger | Alexandra Bracken
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Mehso-so

This was a fun snow day read. I enjoyed the plot, but wished the characters had more depth & nuance to them.

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Passenger | Alexandra Bracken
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“But she wondered if, in moving outside of the natural flow of time, they had forgotten the most crucial point of life—that it wasn‘t meant to be lived for the past, or even the future, but for each present moment.”

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