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Celebrating Life's Moments for Young Children

Young children will love these books full of messages of understanding and reassurance in our diverse world.

Recently, I was offered a chance from Real MVP Kids to review some fun books for young children that help them in many ways. Can you imagine my excitement when I received all of their board books to read and review? These books are amazing for young children, so read on to find out more!

Surviving a Bad Day Like a Superhero for Book Talk Thursday

It's tough having a bad day, and even superheroes have them.  How do they cope with a bad day?

It is so strange to not be writing about the Virginia Readers' Choice books, but I am ready to dive into some more picture books we can all use with our students. My kids both love superheroes, so any time I see a book with superheroes in them, I pick them up and read them. Yesterday in the doctor's office, my daughter and I enjoyed this fun book, Even Superheroes Have Bad Days. (Affiliate link added to fund future book purchases.)

3 Ways to Get You Back to School Ready in No Time!

These simple ways to get ready to go back to school will have you moving in the right direction in no time!

I can't believe it's time to go back to school! I go back to school this week with inservice days and a little time to work in my room. But where has the time gone? I have truly enjoyed my time at home, but I have begun gearing up for back to school! But it's time to get ready for that trek back into the school and be ready for our students!

Save Me a Seat for Book Talk Thursday

Starting out fifth grade can be tough, especially when you are being teased by the bully in your class. What happens when two students solve their problem on their own?
It's tough being the new kid, but it's also tough being the kid who struggles in school and has no friends. So what happens when they need each other and don't realize it? In the final Virginia Readers' Choice book, Save Me a Seat {Affiliate links provided to fund future book purchases.} by Sarah Weeks and Gita Varadarajan, Ravi and Joe begin the first week of fifth grade in style.

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