Cut the Bull, Let’s Talk Animal Rights | Ferdinand – pt. 2

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Last week, we talked about The Story of Ferdinand and the impacts and messages that classic picture books carried. Today, we are going to talk about the recent, 2017 film

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The Someday Suitcase | Corey Ann Haydu

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When you have a best friend, being there for them isn’t a responsibility, it’s second nature. Clover and Danny are symbiotic. Their friendship just comes naturally; it’s all science, with

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MANGA MONDAY: Orange

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Orange is a five volume series that follows seventeen-year-old Naho Takamiya during her second year of high school. One day she receives a letter claiming to be from herself ten

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Dangerous Danielda, Part 3 of 5

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Every morning after that, when the bus doors opened to reveal Danielda with her big, friendly smile, the driver scowled and looked away.

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Interview with Jane Hawley

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Jane Hawley is a writer and educator from San Luis Obispo, California. She earned her BA from the University of Wyoming and MFA from Texas State University. Her fiction, nonfiction

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Cut the Bull, Be Yourself! Ferdinand Part 1 of 3

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The Story of Ferdinand (1936) written by Munro Leaf and Illustrated by Robert Lawson We don’t often put context behind our favorite picture books. Why would we? It’s the words

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