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Changing Seasons on Book Talk Thursday

Fall is a wonderful time to watch the world around us change. But what happens when a young fox sees those changes and tries to understand.
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Tomorrow is the first day of autumn, and I am ready for the cooler weather, colorful leaves, and piles of leaves to jump in. But Fletcher isn't. In the book, Fletcher and the Falling Leaves (affiliate link), the reader finds out how Fletcher the fox feels about the changes that are happening around him.

9 Supplies You Don't Know You Need for Your Classroom

Buying school supplies is always fun, but these 9 supplies will change your classroom forever!

The school year has begun for all of us. We have been school supply shopping and purchased markers, pens, glue sticks, pretty decorations, and all kinds of new books. We are ready! But what are we forgetting? What about those supplies that aren't on the school supply aisle? Here are 9 that I use more than I ever thought I would!

Teaching Problem Solving Skills with Goggles

Problem solving is an important life skill, and Goggles by Ezra Jack Keats is a wonderful book to help with it. Stop by for a freebie to go with the book!

It's everywhere. We all have them...problems! And we have to find a way to solve them, even if there is more than one way. I have joined in with my friends at The Reading Crew to bring you another fun mentor text blog series to get you ready for school! {Affiliate links are scattered throughout the post to fund future book purchases.}

It Came in the Mail on Book Talk Thursday

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Getting mail can be so much fun, but what happens when you get way too much? Find out more in this Book Talk Thursday edition.


Kids love to get mail, but they aren't always the recipients of it. I remember being a kid and always checking the mail. I rarely got anything, but the hope was always there. In today's Book Talk Thursday, Ben Clanton's book It Came in the Mail we find out what could happen when we make sure we get mail.
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