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.
What You Need to Know About Voting – and Why has been an amazing companion to my recent quest for information about upcoming elections in 2020.
Despite its slow start, The Andromeda Strain is starting to pick up and be more realistic. Check out the first book of the COVID-19 Stack!
Lord of the Flies is this week’s Reading Roll Call feature. Check out why I’m reading it and hoping to do with this text in class.
This week’s Reading Roll Call book is one of the most popular books students choose out of the Classroom Library. I want to read it and find out why.
I’ve been catching up on the Murder Squad, a podcast hosted by Billy Jensen and Paul Holes. In a recent episode both hosts and Karen Kilgariff talk about Jensen’s book which is the focus of this week’s Reading Roll Call.