Monthly Archives: November 2021

NAPPA Awards selected children’s books that will make a great gift

The color of your skin This creative tale celebrates diversity by taking readers through a conversation between children about the wide color palette that is life. $ 16.95, 4-8 years old, cuentodeluz.com BYJU’s magic exercise books with Disney kits This kit mixes physical and digital tools to create a learning …

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Opinion: Parents in Utah should have a say in books at school | Utah News – Oakland News Now

Oakland News Now – Opinion: Parents in Utah should have a say in books at school – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. Opinion: Parents in …

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Best new books to read in December 2021: Bissell, Lasley, Silva

On the bookshelf 6 books to discover in December If you purchase related books from our site, The Times may earn a commission from Bookshop.org, whose fees support independent bookstores. If you are reading this:. You have reached the first semi-post-pandemic vacation and almost at the end of a difficult …

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Selected books from Stark, Summit Libraries

FICTION Children “Kalamata cuisine”, by Sarah Thomas – Tomorrow is Kalamata’s first day at a new school, and she’s nervous! What if the kids aren’t friendly? Or worse, what if they don’t like alligators !? If only Kalamata and Al Dente could return to the Indian Spice Bazaar, which they …

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How To Find Your Next Favorite Read With The Books We Love From NPR

Copyright 2021 NPR. To learn more, visit https://www.npr.org. DAVID FOLKENFLIK, HOST: Now let’s talk about board games. Whether you’re on your own or spending the holidays with family and friends, we’ve got game suggestions that can help you usher in the holiday cheer. Matt Jarvis is the editor of the …

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Children’s Picture Books – Mittens, Dogs, Interrupting Chicken and Farting Troll – Twin Cities

Who is at the top of your wishlist? I bet it’s the kids. So here’s a roundup of picture books that mix text and illustrations in a way the little ones will appreciate. No need to remind you why books are such a great gift, but we’ll do it anyway. …

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Chuck Avery: Learning From Bad Books

Last week I finished reading a “bad” book. This is not my assessment; that is the judgment of most critics. I liked it. When I was teaching and wanted to motivate my students to read, I would tell them that it was almost impossible to read a book – even …

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What are the advantages and disadvantages?

EBooks are great because they’re lightweight, easy to use on a phone or tablet, and you can get them anywhere, anytime. Printed books are enjoyable because of the smell, feel, and physical nature they provide. They are more immersive than an ebook can be. Which one is right for you? …

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Tackling Europe’s racist colonial past must go beyond history books – EURACTIV.com

Teaching colonialism is a first step in tackling structural racism in Europe, but inequalities will only be eradicated if taken into account in education as a whole, experts say. “Colonialism, slavery and the Holocaust are rooted in our history and have profound consequences for today’s society”, reads the EU action …

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