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What a teacher learns and sees everyday — Brother’s Campfire

  Good afternoon everyone, hope you all are having a great and blessed day. I was just sitting here on my lunch break thinking about my students and what I have learned and seen . What a teacher learns and … Continue reading

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This Ancient Parable Has A Modern-Day Twist — LITERARY TITAN

Barclay & Berk Builders retells the parable of the wise and foolish builders with charming illustrations and easy to understand language. What inspired you to retell this specific parable from the Bible? This Ancient Parable Has A Modern-Day Twist

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Review: Weather Girl, Rachel Lynn Solomon — Drizzle & Hurricane Books

I love Rachel Lynn Solomon’s YA books and was so, so excited to read Weather Girl: my first adult contemporary romance from her! I’m so happy to say that this book didn’t disappoint, at all. Read my full review below! … Continue reading

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ZeZee’s Disappointing Reads of 2021 — Zezee with Books

–snip– I know many people shy away from making lists of books that disappoint them, but I don’t. This is a blog about what I read and what I like and dislike. It’s a blog for readers. Plus, I often … Continue reading

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Bloganuary Challenge – Day 13 – What Does Your Ideal Day Look Like? — Maryanne Christiano-Mistretta

  This photo taken a few months ago says it all–grateful. I can honestly say, 99 percent of my days are ideal days. I live my life to the fullest. I’m blessed to be a writer for a living, and … Continue reading

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“The Angels of Bataan” on Our American Stories – The NaptimeAuthor

Not all angels have wings, and not all POWs were soldiers.

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A Few Thoughts On The Entertainment Industry — Brother’s Campfire

  Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here! I was raised without a television and I am seeing the benefits of it. A Few Thoughts On The Entertainment Industry

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Reading Habits From Around The World: 2021 [Infographic] — BookBaby Blog

–snip– I’m not about to wax romantic about the good things that have come out of the pandemic, but it’s hard to be upset about a 25 percent increase in time spent reading among Americans in 2021. Good for authors, … Continue reading

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2021 Year in Books. — socially awkward bookworm.

Hey! It is time to look back on my reading throughout 2021! This post will give updates on my Goodreads challenge, some pie charts of what I read, and a recap on if I did good with my 2021 reading … Continue reading

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Wooderon’s Favourite Anime of 2021 – #9: My Hero Academia (Season 5) — A Richard Wood Text Adventure

This entry used to be my favourite series going. It’s just not hitting those highs for me anymore. I know it’s still good because the Manga’s version of it all was amazing. Maybe I’m just slowly on my way into … Continue reading

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