Review and Interview! Star Challengers: Moonbase Crisis by Rebecca Moesta and Kevin J. Anderson (Classroom uses: Asking Questions, Author's Purpose, Background Knowledge, Characterization, Inquiry, Making Connections, Setting; Recommended for: Teaching, Classroom Library, Read Aloud)
Young adult fiction- Endangered by Eliot Schrefer Possibly a good book to teach the history of the Congo, Africa, and preservation of animals. Could be good for a high schooler. Read reviews carefully.
For What It's Worth: Living in Los Angeles' Laurel Canyon neighborhood, fourteen-year-old Quinn's life has been consumed by music and the famous musicians who live nearby, but in 1971, his first girlfriend, a substitute teacher, and a draft dodger help open his eyes about the Vietnam War.
#Book Review of #TheDragonOfTheMonthClub from #ReadersFavorite - https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/the-dragon-of-the-month-club Reviewed by Janelle Fila for Readers' Favorite The Dragon Of The Month Club by Iain Reading is a young adult fantasy about an exclusive club. When best friends Ayana and Tyler join the club, they are given access to dragon conjuring spells and spend their time trying to conjure the newest dragon of the month. But when the spell backfires, Ayana and Tyler are…
A 2001 earthquake in Olympia, WA caused a sand pendulum to draw this floral design as a result of the high- and low-frequency waves that shook the shop it resided in. Beautiful result of a destructive moment.