This summer, I have a plan. (I don't usually!)
I'm going to read from two lists, for sure:
Our SD25 Middle School Summer Reading list - "Reach for the Stars"
(Kind of not fair, as I've read eight of the twelve already...)
#ProjectLITBookClub 2019-2020 selections (Follow them on Twitter here!)
For my students, I shared with them (once again) this page on our classroom Weebly - it's got lots of ideas for summer reading!
Do you have a favorite resource for good books? What are your summer reading plans? Thanks for sharing and reading!
This post was a few weeks in the making. The inspiration to post it comes from this challenge:
This post is week 1 of 8 in the 8 Weeks of Summer Blog Challenge for educators.
I have now read the following books (some I read years ago) from the #ProjectLitBookClub lists (going across in order):
A Long Walk to Water
The Bridge Home
A Good Kind of Trouble
Other Words for Home
Merci Suarez Changes Gears
First Rule of Punk
The Parker Inheritance
The Last Last Day of Summer (abandoned)
The Benefits of Being an Octopus
Full Cicada Moon
Look Both Ways
Ghost (the entire series)
The Wild Robot
The Stars Beneath Our Feet
A Very Large Expanse of Sea
The Marrow Thieves (abandoned)
The Prince and the Dressmaker