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We could do this on the windows to the storage rooms with dry erase markers or with sticky notes...

Buzz Worthy Books--I foresee a use for the bee pattern on the Silhouette Cameo.

19 monster books for kids. Some scary some not. Short reviews for each included.

Students create a T-shirt design inspired by the book they read. Coolest book reports ever! Lots of great examples.

BOOK REVIEW FREEBIE! Create your own class book club! A great opportunity for children to read and review books for their classmates. You can combine these into a binder for the class to utilize as book recommendations.