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5000 Reasons to Love Veronica Veetch

Okay, I might fall a little short of 5,000. Actually, I’m only going to give you three reasons to love Veronica Veetch, but each one is worth thousands of lesser reasons. And by that somewhat suspect logic there are at least 5000 reasons to love The 5000 Friends of...

Iva Ticic’s Prefect Poems: Springtime

Happy Spring! This one is for children who like it when things melt, new things blossom, temperature rises and short sleeves are in again: Welcome to Spring!  To celebrate the new season I’d like to offer you a beautiful, fun poem for the occasion. Let these lines roll off your...

The Library of the History of Human Imagination

What we wouldn’t give for a few lifetimes in this place! There is a place in this world that has a complete Velociraptor skelleton, a page from the Guetenburg bible, and Sputnik all in one room. That place The Library of the History Human Imagination. This 3,000+ square foot...

Emmy And Oliver: Smooth Sailing Over A Rough Sea

Emmy and Oliver, written by Robin Benway, dives headfirst into choppy waters. Emmy and Oliver are best friends until they are seven years old, when Oliver disappears, kidnapped by his father. Cut to ten years later. Emmy’s life is restricted by her parents’ fear and she has never stopped...

Saint Anything: Good, But Lacking Miracles

In Sarah Dessen’s new novel, we find the same thing we always find: a teenaged girl going through a big change. Sydney is used to living in her brother Peyton’s shadow. When Peyton goes to jail for paralyzing a boy while driving drunk, Sydney is left to pick up...

The Last Leaves Falling

The Last Leaves Falling is the story of Abe Sora, a Japanese seventeen-year-old diagnosed with ALS. Over time, the disease causes Sora to lose basic motor functions, such as the use of his legs and arms. Eventually, it will kill him. Sora turns to both the past and the...

Ruby Ruben: A Flawed Gem

Ruby Ruben, written by Candice Muñoz and illustrated by Branislav Gapic, asks children to see the world through the eyes of its titular character. Ruby is a young boy who “sees the world a little bit differently.” He imagines flying to the moon, touching the sky, being a superhero,...

What I Learned From Learning Differently

Everyone learns differently.  This is a universally accepted truism.  But that one student may have a markedly dissimilar learning process from those around him or her and shouldn’t necessarily mean a decreased chance in success for that student.     The idea of alternative learning processes has been a recurring...

How Much Tech Is Too Much Tech?

If you walk into a preschool class, you will still most likely see children being children; jumping around, twirling, finger-painting (hopefully not the wall!), interacting with one another in various ways, learning how to fairly trade a teddy bear for a block tower. This is what they are supposed...

What’s Going On With The Word Gap?

Written by: Molly McManus, PhD Candidate in Educational Psychology, University of Texas at Austin. Note: We Read Together presents this article in order to facilitate dialogue.  WRT doesn’t officially endorse or support the opinions below.  Why do rich kids end up doing better than poor kids in school? Of late, one common explanation...