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photo 2019-02-14 18:35
Happy Valentine's Day, book lovers! Wishing you all HEAs today ❤
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url 2019-02-14 10:13
Dream To Make Your Valentine A Splendid Hallmark? - Yacht Rental Singapore

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review 2019-02-02 02:11
Corduroy - Don Freeman

Corduroy

Guided Reading: Level K

This book is about a sweet bear that leaves the comfort of the department store in hopes of finding a little girl to love him. This a great story to read to kids to show them how to have hope and compassion. I would use this in a lesson around Valentines Day. This is a great time to talk a=bout the love that my students have for their things and loved ones.

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review 2019-01-30 20:54
Book Review: Kissing Booth by Pandora Pine
Kissing Booth (Valentine's Inc. #7)Kissing Booth by Pandora Pine
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was such a lovely, funny, sweet Valentine's Day novella by Pandora Pine. I seriously heart this one! Get it? Heart it? Valentine's Day?

Pandora Pine takes us once more to Salem and her Cold Case Psychic series, but this time we get to meet Granger Galloway, lead reporter for Salem's Rainbow Gazette newspaper and the guy in charge of the annual Valentine's Bazaar - an annual fundraiser for the LGBTQ community in Salem. Last year Jude Byrne, the 'town trolly' had raised the most money ever in the bazaar's hottest attraction, it's Kissing Booth, and Granger is determined to beat that record this year except... Jude has bailed and Granger has tried to get _everyone_ to fill the booth, to no avail.

In a fit of desperation Granger clicks on an online ad for Valentine's Inc., an online 'dating' service for people needing a stand in or, in this case, a last minute rent-a-hunk to lock lips with the entire town. Of course, Granger had to put down what his fantasy man would be like since it was asking what he was looking for. Granger wasn't expecting to get his absolute fantasy man though and yet.... cupid was smiling down on him, or maybe cursing him.

Enter Lennox McArthur, a towering redwood, a bonny braw redheaded Scot complete with the kilt and the dreamy burr of an accent. Honestly, Lennox could have stepped off the cover of one of those Highland Romances, or out of the set of Outlander, he was just that perfect. And everybody in Massachusetts seems to think so as well. _Literally_ everyone in Massachusetts because people from all over the state are showing up for their turn at the Kissing Booth. Lennox doesn't just break Jude's record, he smashes it to smithereens with no hope of the man every reclaiming his title.

Of course Granger didn't expect he'd fall head over heels in love with his rent-a-date in the space of three days. Nor did he expect the green eyed monster to make him lose his mind at the number of people kissing HIS highlander. Now if only he has the courage to take his turn in the Kissing Booth's line and get the man of his dreams!

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review 2018-09-07 18:44
The Giiving Tree
The Giving Tree - Shel Silverstein

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein, is about a tree who loves a boy unconditionally. As the boy grows up, he visits the tree less and less. When the boy does visit the tree, he only goes to ask for help. Although the tree has little to give, she gives the boy all that she has until she has nothing left but her love for the boy.

I would use The Giving Tree for a lesson on character education integrated with science. Two activities that students can do are write a letter to a person whom they appreciate and label the parts of the tree from the story and how the boy used them or how they would use them. The LEXILE reading level is 530L.

 

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