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A best seller! These ready to print student worksheets save teachers time! The majority of the activities are aligned with many of the Common Core .

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If You Give a Mouse a Cookie in Terabithia

Responding to Bridge to Terabithia in the style of "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie" The kids really loved the cyclical nature of this project, using cause and effect, and digging into the story. Would be a really great framework for using with Book Creator.

1977 Newbery medal winner - The story of one African American family fighting to stay together and strong in the faceof brutal racist attacks, illness, poverty, and betrayal in the Deep South of the 1930s.

Mildred D. Taylor's Newbery Award-winning novel, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, will capture your middle and intermediate students' attention. This story is about a black family who must struggle with discrimination during the Depression of the

possibly my favorite book of all time! narrated by 5-year-old jack, this haunting story of what a mother will do to protect her child in even the most unbearable circumstances is heartbreaking, frightening, and in the end, utterly uplifting. i've practically made this required reading for all my friends!

Room: Emma Donoghue The story is told from the perspective of Jack, a 5 year old living in Room.

16 Books to Read if You Like Harry Potter

16 Spellbinding Books to Read if You Like Harry Potter

I've read this book 3 times. I love it.  I haven't seen the movie, and don't care too.  The story is told beautifully in words.

Memoirs of A Geisha is an epic drama about the remote and shimmeringly exotic world of Sayuri, one of Japan’s most celebrated geishas.

So useful

Must-read books for summer 2013 (infographic)<-----Eleanor and park is not a book to read o the beach it is a book that you read in the privacy of your room and wonder if the author really thought it was necessary to use the f word that many times

I've sorta-kinda held off on this book because I so seldom enjoy the stories that get the biggest hype, but I DID like the movie ever so much. I'm sure I'll read it sometime this year.

Kathryn Stockett – The Help

The Help - Kathryn Stockett, terrif and the movie, for once, rivalled the book for excellence!

The Glass castle  This was one of the best Memoirs I have ever read, didn't see it on here so...  Interesting life, well written.

The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls- Reading this now. It is a fantastic memoir. She paints magical pictures of a childhood of neglect and the journey to a better life. It's inspiring, really, and I haven't even finished it yet. (recommended by Jenni)