Friday, August 9, 2013

Feature and Follow Friday: Syllabus

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Q: Back to school Create a list for the imaginary English Lit class you'll be teaching this semester.

The two high school teachers I've advised to use Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney in class tell me the kids love it. Plus they also get to watch the movie in class. 


  1. All books I haven't read! I really do need to read The Giver. Thanks for visiting and following! Following back via bloglovin

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  2. Tons of people said Jodi Picoult, too.
    And the Giver, me too.
    Nice choices :)

  3. oh. I LOVED the Giver. I can't believe I didn't think of that myself!

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  4. nice selection,visiting and following you back.

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  5. I thought about putting House Rules by Jodi Picoult on my list. Giver is great! New Follower!

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  6. Interesting choices! :)

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  7. I like how you made a syllabus all crumpled up! It made me laugh!! I enjoyed the giver! I haven't read the others but I will have to check them out!

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  8. OOoh very nice! Cute pic too!! I still need to read Between the Lines! Have had that since its release!

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  9. The Giver is awesome. And kids really do love the Wimpy Kid books. ;) Great reading list choices. Thanks for hopping by my blog earlier. I'm now following you via Bloglovin.

    Happy Friday!

  10. We actually did "The Giver" at school. Nice dystopian novel. Good choices. Following you back via bloglovin

  11. I read The Giver in school and agree it is a must read. I read the Wimpy kid books a couple of years ago when my little brother was into them and I thought they were pretty cool.
    Great picks!
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  12. I read Diary of a Wimpy Kid with my (then) 3rd grader a few years ago. It was pretty funny but I'm glad we read it together because there were words I had to change while reading it to him. It did open up some conversation opportunities between us and we shared a lot of laughs. I would say Junior High kids would get a kick out of that one!

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  13. The Giver is such a great choice