GLST Reads: Michigan Vs. the Boys

Author: Carrie S. Allen Audience: Young Adult Genre: Sports Fiction/ Realistic Fiction Tags: sports, hockey, strong female lead, gender issues, discrimination Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ /5 Release Date: 10/01/2019 Disclaimer: I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book for free through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Review: "This is the separate-the-men-from-the-boys part. Lucky … Continue reading GLST Reads: Michigan Vs. the Boys

Definitive Guide to Classroom Libraries for the New Teacher, Part 3: Organizing Books

Welcome to Part 3 of my series on starting a classroom library from scratch as a new teacher! In Part 1, I discussed how to begin searching for titles your students will love, no matter what grade you teach. In Part 2, I listed 17 different low-cost ways to start collecting books for your library. … Continue reading Definitive Guide to Classroom Libraries for the New Teacher, Part 3: Organizing Books

15 Reasons Why You Should Try NaNoWriMo With Your Students

National Novel Writing Month, an annual November event, encourages aspiring writers all over the world to write a novel in just 30 days. The success of hundreds of thousands of writers all over the world attempting to write 50,000 words in a month led to the creation of the Young Writers Program, a non-profit organization … Continue reading 15 Reasons Why You Should Try NaNoWriMo With Your Students