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National Reading Month

March is National Reading Month, the goal is to encourage young readers to develop a habit of reading for 15 minutes a day. Reading for 15 minutes a day is a great goal for all readers. National Reading Month is typically celebrated in classrooms across the United States, you may also know March as the […]

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Fighting the Inside Dragons

Bogdan Ignat I had to dedicate a whole chapter to this boss dragon called “fear.” I’m doing this because it’s one of the main obstacles that stand between us and the life we want. We cannot kill this dragon because it’s linked to our survival. Fear exists because we need to know when we are […]

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As Good As Anybody

Richard Michelson and illustrated by Raúl Colón “You are just as good as anybody.” One of my favorite Martin Luther King Jr. reads is a children’s picture book called As Good As Anybody. A co-worker recommended this read to me and I am forever grateful. This read is aimed at young children, but the message is […]

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Inside the Mind of a Teen Killer

Phil Chalmers “We know the horrifying effect entertainment has on our own teenagers. The more we sell out poisonous culture to other countries, the more violence we will be spreading. Youth violence is a global concern that needs to be addresses on an intervention level—before it’s too late.”  Warning: If you find true crime about […]

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