because spooky books aren't just for Halloween anymore
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Exploring the world of Latinx YA, MG, & children's literature
Sharing and Celebrating Picture Books Since 2009
Barbies on Fire
Reviews of Children's Board Books, Picture Books, Activity Books, and Graphic Novels
On the Prowl through the Culinary World
☽Exploring the Multifaceted Ways in Which We are all Intricately Defined☾
About Literary Agent Adria Goetz
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Women you should know. An author on history and writing.
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The Official Website of Meg LaTorre
From one corner of my library to the other, I read & review YA books, graphic novels, & more.
Book blog. Mostly YA, but a little bit of everything.
A writer, her cats, and the power of coffee.
According to research, close to half of teachers leave the profession within the first five years. I am in my ninth year of teaching, yet I feel more passionate and inspired with each passing year. Don't get me wrong, it has not been easy; there have been disappointments and heartache along the way. However, what I have learned so far is this: it's not about weathering the storm, it's about learning how to dance in the rain.
a blog featuring reviews of children's literature
Teaching Ideas, Resources and Articles
My adventures in self-publishing and other gibberish
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