April 16, 2020 by Grace Enriquez
As educators and schools transition to emergency remote teaching, we all know that so much of what makes for effective teaching can’t be fully replicated online with the limitations of social distance and city lockdowns. While we may have district mandates and community expectations to provide standards- and skills-based instruction, we also hope this is a chance for all of us--teachers, administrators, and teacher educators--to re-think what meaningful, engaging learning really involves.
October 2, 2017 by Grace Enriquez
Lines Written and illustrated by Suzy Lee Published by Chronicle Books, 2017 ISBN #978-1-4521-5665-1 Grades K and up Book Review Suzy Lee, acclaimed illustrator and virtuoso of the wordless picturebook, delivers another spectacular visual masterpiece in her latest book, Lines. A young girl revels in the freedom and creativity of ice skating […]
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I, Too, Am America Written by Langston Hughes, Illustrated by Bryan Collier Simon and Shuster, 2012 ISBN 978-1-4424-2008-3 I Have a Dream Written by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Illustrated by Kadir Nelson Schwartz & Wade, 2012 ISBN 978-0-375-85887-1 All Ages Book Review “I, too, sing America/I am the darker brother.” So begins one […]
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