Links I Loved Last Week: A Round-Up of Online Reading 4/12/15

Sunday Salon

Sarah Mulhern Gross confesses that she doesn’t love all of the books she’s required to teach as part of her school’s curriculum and shares her trick for developing passion for books we don’t like: social activism.

I’m so glad that coloring books for grown-ups are now an accepted thing. I LOVE to color!

Just in case your TBR stack has gotten a bit thin, The Oyster Review’s list of the 100 Best Books of Decade So Far will have that stack threatening to topple in no time.

Want to read more African children’s literature? Bookshy has compiled a wonderful list of resources to get you started.

Pernille Ripp has great ideas for a unit on teaching students to speak effectively.

Looking for an adult writing group? #TeacherPoets might be what you’re looking for.

I never get tired of reading process posts about writing. (Bonus: lots of great links!)

Matt de la Pena wonders about the ways we talk (or don’t talk) about diversity when we read to our children.

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  1. Pingback: It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #imwayr 4/13/15 | the dirigible plum

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