Woodcock’s Reading Reality is realistic view into what I’m reading each month. June 2022 included 2 books.
Independent Reading is reading that we do independently of what is required for work or school. This week I check in about 2022 reading goals and my progress with How to Hide an Empire.
Independent Reading is reading that we do independently of what is required for work or school. This week I’m reading How to Hide an Empire by Daniel Immerwahr.
To Kill a Mockingbird, What Teachers Make, and The Martian are the texts on my mind this week as of November 12, 2021.
What White People Can Do Next, Seedfolks, A Raisin in the Sun, The Soloist, and Finding D.W. are the texts on my mind for the week of September 13, 2021.
Happy New Year! In 2021, I would like to read more books and make less excuses.
The Glass Castle has been on my TBR list since high school. See why I’m finally picking it up in this week’s Reading Roll Call.
The Broken Girls by Simone St. James has been the book to get me out of my reading rut in 2020 with its mysterious thriller and historical fiction elements.
My response to President Trump’s calls for removing anti-racist education from US schools is to read about and do the anti-racist work.
I’ve heard a ton of positive feedback regarding this book, Ibram X Kendi’s work and words, and the conversations and actions being done because of it all.