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Reviews Roundup: Imaginative Reads
Alex Casavant, SLC Reviews Team
The world around us may be filled with limiting uncertainty, but you can still embark on a new and exciting inner journey through the timeless power of storytelling. The SLC Reviews Team wants to help set the stage for your next foray into mental travel with a list of highly imaginative reads. Read More
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Curriculum Connection
Highlighted Resources
Seth Taylor, Elementary School
Lesson Plan: Wish You Were Here!: Postcards from the Imagination
by Seth Taylor
Middle & High School
Curriculum Connections for Stamped
Trending: How and Why Stuff Gets Popular
From beaver hats to Pokemon Go, fads are fun to talk about! This short, thought-provoking, and entertaining explanation of fads will spark discussion among children and adults alike. Read More
Blood & Germs
Jarrow shares primary source materials that offer a myriad of opportunities to bring history alive and could even provide opportunities to collaborate with science teachers. Read More
Note from the Editor
Sylvia M. Vardell
Memoirs Start Now
You might be surprised to know that many writers over the years have captured their memories through poetry. Let's look at some interesting and varied examples of how authors have explored memories through poetry. Read More
Author of the Month
Dear Dara
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Must-Have Book
Teen Genreflecting: A Readers' Advisory and Collection Development Guide
by Sarah Flowers and Samuel Stavole-Carter, Foreword by Diana Tixier Herald