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This is the kind of book I would read again and again. Even though it is simple enough for me to read on my own, the book makes me wonder about things and ask Mom and Dad questions. It even is making me think about STEM fair projects I want to do. I can’t wait to share this book with my class at school. I know they will like it as much as I do. Lucy H., Age 7, Tampa Bay Mensa

© 2013. Notice & Note VIDEO STUDY GUIDE: A conversation series with authors Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst developed to support reading and discussion of the book. Broken into 5-15 minute clips, these videos cover how the book came to be, organization of the content, tips on implementing the literary signposts, and more. Consider watching the clips for a team meeting or as a book study warm up; as discussion starters, or as reading reflection companions for individuals.

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In this enchanting book, dog lovers lay bare their feelings in letters to their canine companions, illustrated through gorgeous photographs.

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Excellent read!

awesome, awesome read aloud...beautiful figurative language and word choice....very touching and moving story...inspired by true events...great for researching

Second Language teacher Stella Villalba has a professional focus for her "next reads." Comprehension Going Forward: Where We Are/What's Next by multiple authors Side by Side by Heather Rader The Art of Slow Reading by Thomas Newkirk Talk About Comprehension by Ellin Oliver Keene The Power of Habit: Why we do what we do in Life and Business by Charles Duhigg

Author and teacher Franki Sibberson has books for her heart and mind on the "to be read" pile: Mindset by Carol Dweck Chained by Lynne Kelly The Hero's Guide to Saving Your Kingdom by Christopher Healy Divergent by Veronica Roth Galloway's 5K and 10K Running by Jeff Galloway

Literacy Coach Melanie Quinn has a variety of fiction and nonfiction in her "to be read" stack: Younger Next Year by Crowley and Lodge Lean on Pete by Willy Vlantin Melanie's Writing Journal Mindset by Carol S. Dweck A Movable Feast by Ernest Hemingway Lost at School Ross W. Greene Pathways to the Common Core by Calkins, Ehrenworth and Lehman Side by Side by Heather Rader State of Wonder by Ann Patchett

"The Sisters," Gail Boushey and Joan Moser authors of Daily 5 and Cafe, have combined their "to be read" stacks: Educational Leadership Magazine better by Atul Gawande The Unsinkable Walker Bean by Aaron Reinier Small Steps, Big Changes by Chris Confer and Marco Ramirez Opening Minds by Peter Johnston Imagine by Jonah Lehrer Kindle - The Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver

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We love Nicola Davies and this book really delivers. Comparison drawings show this mammal's enormous size as well as many facts that come together as a wonderful read aloud.

timely. everyone should read this. soon.

Quantum healing great book

The Lemming Condition. Don't be a lemming, create your own path.