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Little Girls by Ronald Malfi

Chilling! This sums up the entire book.

The story starts off kind of slow, easing the reader into the unsettling darkness that shrouds the story. After Laurie’s father commits suicide, she has to come back to her childhood home which was inherited  to her. 108 more words

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Book Review: Killing Floor by Lee Child (Jack Reacher #1)

So I’d been thinking about my book reviews recently, and how really they’re just meandering diatribes about my thoughts and feelings about the particular book that I happened to have finished reading. 558 more words

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The Casual Vacancy

Book: The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling
Summary: When Barry Fairbrother dies of a sudden aneurysm, the small town of Pagford is left in shock- and with a casual vacancy. 319 more words

Back To You: Hurley Boys, Book 3

Author: Lauren Dane
Book Name: Back To You
Series: Hurley Boys
Order: #3
Genre: Romance
Rating:  Good

Blurb: What won’t he do for a second chance? 512 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: LILI ALMOG’S “BETWEEN PRESENCE AND ABSENCE”

We are tied to our homes, our families, our identities. Each one is inextricably linked to the next. The earth, its inhabitants and its structures are in a ceaseless state of transformation. 482 more words

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Fluff Reading

I also sometimes call this “guilty pleasure” reading. Why? What do I mean?

Sometimes I feel a certain pressure to read for quality. The classics, award winners, thought provoking books. 411 more words

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Summer List (For Teachers Who Love STEM)

Last summer, I published a list of things you could do for your own pleasure during the summer that could also add to your science content knowledge and classroom repertoire. 2.353 more words

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