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just updated my 2012 reading list with stephen king...

just updated my 2012 reading list....

I just adore the curious young lady in this photo (reminds me of myself) and how true it is!

I need a sign that says this for when I'm in the break room reading and people confuse that for my wanting to interact with them.

Truth. There is work to be done but all I want to do it read. This is happening as we speak/type/pin.

carl sagan - “Across the millennia, an author is speaking clearly and silently inside your head, directly to you. Writing is perhaps the greatest of human inventions, binding together people who never knew each other, citizens of distant epochs. Books break the shackles of time. A book is proof that humans are capable of working magic.”

33 Reasons Why You're Addicted To Books-These quotes will be great for my future classroom!

How many have you read? (In college I had a t-shirt that said, "Celebrate Freedom: Read a Banned book." Gosh I loved that shirt. ) :: 40 Banned Books UPDATED: I'm agreeing with the comments and I think that is the point about sharing about banned books. The reasons seldom make sense to those of us who believe in the freedom to read. Here's more info: www.ala.org/...

It's here! The 2014 Summer Reading Guide from Modern Mrs Darcy. Now you don't have to worry about taking a dud novel on vacation—or just to the backyard. This compact, user-friendly guide whittles the overwhelming array of readerly options down to the best of the best.

my reading list to kick off 2013...

You're doing it wrong. I WILL hang this on my classroom wall!

I've read quite a few "big picture" books since starting back to work (most of Jim Collins's work, _Onward_ by Howard Schultz), but this sounds like the book I need now, on working out how to make my way productively through each day.