October 7, 2019 by Katie Cunningham
Ripe with many opportunities for content-rich learning opportunities, The Girl Who Named Pluto is a welcome addition to the study of fictionalized biography, the solar system, and the power of interdisciplinary thinking.
September 25, 2017 by Mary Ann Cappiello
The Way to Bea Written by Kat Yeh Published by Little, Brown 2017 ISBN: 978-0-316-23667-6 Grades 5-8 Book Review “I mean, how do you keep someone and make sure they don’t leave? How do you figure out how to be and how to act, so they don’t even want to begin to think about leaving?” […]
April 28, 2014 by Mary Ann Cappiello
The Griffin and the Dinosaur: How Adrienne Mayor Discovered a Fascinating Link Between Myth and Science Written by Marc Aronson, with Adrienne Mayor Published by National Geographic, 2014 ISBN 978-1-4263-1108-6 Grades 5-8 Book Review If your students root for Gryffindor, dream of attending Camp Half Blood, or find themselves reaching into the backs of their […]
October 3, 2011 by Mary Ann Cappiello
Trapped: How the World Rescued 33 Miners from 2,000 Feet Below the Chilean Desert Written by Marc Aronson Atheneum, New York ISBN: 978-1-4169-1397-9 Grades 5-8 Book Review Written in the two and half months following the rescue of the Chiean miners in October of 2010, this book is like a newly dug mine: deep, rich, […]
by Emily Mroczek-Bayci
A Fuse #8 Production
by Betsy Bird
Good Comics for Kids
by J. Caleb Mozzocco
by Travis Jonker
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