Wonderful book! I am so glad to have read it after rereading "To Kill a Mockingbird" for the comparison.

Wonderful book! I am so glad to have read it after rereading "To Kill a Mockingbird" for the comparison.

I am not a huge fan of non-fiction. However,  I thought I should put this up. I ended up seeing the lecture online after reading the book and it really did tug at my heartstrings. The reason behind the book is what motivated me to read it and it was definitely worth the read and made me do a bit of introspection myself.

I am not a huge fan of non-fiction. However, I thought I should put this up. I ended up seeing the lecture online after reading the book and it really did tug at my heartstrings. The reason behind the book is what motivated me to read it and it was definitely worth the read and made me do a bit of introspection myself.

Handouts and Activities for teaching the book A Child Called IT by David Pelzer. I have found that even my reluctant readers really get into this b...

Handouts and Activities for teaching the book A Child Called IT by David Pelzer. I have found that even my reluctant readers really get into this b...

In the top 5 of the best books I have ever read. Non-fiction, amazing, heroic story. A MUST READ!

In the top 5 of the best books I have ever read. Non-fiction, amazing, heroic story. A MUST READ!

The Hiding Place - Corrie Ten Boom. This is a magnificent true story. Don't stop here - all of her books are beautifully written and so encouraging. She is one of my dead mentors.

The Hiding Place - Corrie Ten Boom. This is a magnificent true story. Don't stop here - all of her books are beautifully written and so encouraging. She is one of my dead mentors.

Tuesdays with Morrie is a 1997 non-fiction by columnist Mitch Albom that recounts his time spent with his 79-year-old sociology professor, Morrie Schwartz, at Brandeis University, who was dying from Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS).

Tuesdays with Morrie is a 1997 non-fiction by columnist Mitch Albom that recounts his time spent with his 79-year-old sociology professor, Morrie Schwartz, at Brandeis University, who was dying from Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS).

Every child is different, and great to take the time to learn how to love each of them in their own way... Great book for this~

Every child is different, and great to take the time to learn how to love each of them in their own way... Great book for this~

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