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Smithsonian - spent the day with my sons...two fabulous exhibits" Peacock Room Remix and Shirin  Neshat: Facing History.  Wow!
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Read Faith Stern's poetry about our changing neighborhood in #Takoma  Park
"Last week they razed a 1920s bungalow a few doors down: A huge construction’s going up that fills the whole damn lot."
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Living well with dissonance

The ability to trust the presence or the discord
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Gardening in Takoma Park
An indirect benefit of being a teacher is the summer. The two and a half months beckon you. Sleeping late. Trips to places far and near, otherwise neglected. Late evenings sitting on the porch list...
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There's a bunch of stuff we wish we knew before arriving at Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Here's our tips for touring Angkor like a pro.
We spent seven days in Siem Reap, Cambodia, and three days exploring the temples of Angkor Wat. Here are some of the things we wish we knew before arriving at the largest religious monument in the ...
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Stunning pottery & photography by a Philadelphia artist! Just breathtaking.  
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Updated post. Such fun if you love Big Bird and mysteries!
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Decompressing from the school year - thoughts  and quiet and new lessons!

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 & help from one of my favorite authors.
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Today I was asked to spend only 15 extra minutes with one of my 6th grade classes. What to do with 18 boys in that time frame? I decided to read aloud - but what would hold their attention for 15 long minutes..& keep them calm before the next class?

The Prologue of the book, I Am Malala, will do just this.  You could hear a pin drop!  So glad it is on their summer reading list.  
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I am sure the book is riveting as the recommendation comes from you. However, I also know that the boys trust and respect what you put in front of them will be riveting because you do it throughout the year. It is just one of the many ways that you teach your students that with respect comes respect. Role modeling never goes out of style.

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Nine Open Arms, translated from the Dutch. Wonderful children's novel. Ja?
Imagine yourself in a familiar setting, yet strange. A house somewhat sunken into the ground. A door is not a door. All is not what it appears. Sunlight can easily stream in through the windows wit...
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I had a magical day yesterday with a magical author.
Booklist Starred Review: "An enigmatic, atmospheric, and beautifully written tale." "Kephart at her poetic and powerful best. ONE THING STOLEN is a masterwork—a nest of beauty and loss, a flood of passion so sweet one can taste it. This is no ordinary book. It fits into no box.
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All Things Ruffnerian, a Design Blog and More: Illustrator Fritz Kredel
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Fritz Kredel (1900-1973) was a marvelous illustrator whose work rests firmly in my consciousness. He was born in Michelstadt-im-Odenwald, Ge

One Librarian
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p. 101 "'Oh, be quiet, Emily,' said Snowflake. 'Simple Simon gives me the willies. I;ll not be able to spleep tonight now that you've put th

The Technologists & that one phrase...
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p. 234 "'The morning! Am I to spend the night as a darky until then?' 'Oh, Lilly, you'll be all right, I promise!; said Agnes, though in the

Echoes
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p. 13, Acceptance Speech "I had set out to write a book about childhood - it was Bod's childhood, and it was in a graveyard, but still, it w

All the Light We Cannot See.Fiction
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A school librarian's reading fare during the school year primarily consists of students' preferences; mine are for elementary & middle schoo

Like Water On Stone.Walrath
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Like Water On Stone.Walrath p. 142 "I landed on the lower branch, a silent witness... He swallowed. Breath came again. His eyes opened and m

Accused.Scottoline
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p. 15 "Whoever said you can't go home again wasn't Italian." and "They still drank perked coffee, from a dented coffee pot, always brewing o

Dead Zones.article
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"They found that the number of dead zone events have doubled each decade since the 1950s and that humans have likely contributed to their gr

The Risk of Reading: How Literature Helps Us to Understand Ourselves and...
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p. 1 "The technologies creating the digital revolution devalue language and increasingly to away with boundaries, celebrating speed and boun

Gifts From the Sea.Lindbergh
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p. 50 "Solitude, says the moon shell. Center-down, say the Quaker saints. To the possession of the self the way is inward, Plotinus. The cel

The Golden Calf.Tursten
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p. 83 “The sun was shining through sparse clouds, and the tops of waves glittered. Seagulls hovered near the boat’s hull, perhaps in the hop

Taking one's good advice
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p. 63 "A few light taps upon the pane made him turn to the window. It had begun to snow again. He watched sleepily the flakes, silver and da

I would not even give this one star. My email was sent with a password that is a URL which is not active, nor can I cut and paste it. When I send "forgot" password, I receive an email that is supposed to be good for 48 hours, but when I click on the link, it tells me that it has expired. I send another retrieve password, and it tells me that this has already been sent. This is my first time using it, and I am tech-savvy. Very frustrating and does not promote "good health" in the blood pressure dept.
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