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review 2018-01-22 16:11
Some pain solutions
Overcoming Chronic Pain (Overcoming Book... Overcoming Chronic Pain (Overcoming Books) - Frances Cole

So you've acquired a pain, it's lasted for more than three months, congratulations, you now have chronic pain. Your choices are limited, feel sorry for yourself and fall into a pit of despair or cope with it, this book presents coping mechanisms and ways to work with what is quite a common invisible disability.

Interesting and worth a read through if you have issues like this, it did feel a bit pat occasionally but that's possibly tone not coming through in text.

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text 2018-01-22 15:19
Reading progress update: I've read 51 out of 240 pages.
My week with the bad boy - Lyra Parish,Brooke Cumberland

Didnt know pottery was sexy until ethan 

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text 2018-01-22 04:01
Reading progress update: I've read 32 out of 209 pages.
The Wizard of Oz - David McKee,Cornelia Funke,L. Frank Baum
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text 2018-01-22 03:00
Reading progress update: I've read 272 out of 272 pages.
Nimona - Noelle Stevenson

Loved it

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review 2018-01-21 21:25
You're Finally Here!
You're Finally Here! - Mélanie Watt

"You're Finally Here", by Melanie Watt is one of the newest books to my collection. This books main message is centered around waiting, but can be used for other topics as well. The bunny in the story has been waiting forever for his reader to finally arrive, and he lets you know just how upset he is with you for making him wait so long! At the end he draws up a contract for the reader to sign telling him you will stay forever! This story is funny and children will love it. "You're Finally Here" can be used as a first day back story to read to your students to let them know how happy you are that they are in your classroom and that you have waited all summer for them to get to your class! Before the first day you could type up a "contract" for the students to sign. It could be about classroom rules or things that you expect from your students or anything you chose to make it about. This story can also be used for a writing prompt about what they did all summer while you were waiting on them. This book has many options for activities. I will say it is hard to find a new copy of this book for a cheap price. It also doesn't have a lot of information for it. It is usually out of stock online at Barnes and Noble, but I can't say for in-store shopping. Books a million does not carry it unless they have changed recently. 

 

Lexile: AD390L

Guided Reading Grade Level: 2

Guided Reading: K

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