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SOLSC Day 4: Book Lists

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Slice of Life Small LogoThere are so many book lists on social media! This lazy day was a long, leisurely look into book lists. I am most interested in those lists that may challenge me in the next few months of school. “We Need Diverse Books,” “Unputdownable Books,” “Recommended Picture Books for Older Readers,” and “2017 Releases From Latinx Authors To Add To Your TBR…” all caught my attention.

Now I’m sitting here, staring at my mail from Barnes and Noble and deciding which books to buy with my 25%-off coupons. Tough decisions ahead. It’s the weekend, though. I’ll enjoy it!

What are YOU reading?

 

Author: Jennifer Sniadecki

I write about reading and literacy education. My passion is sharing titles I use for reading and writing workshop teaching. My goal is collaborating, researching, and sharing with other life-long literacy learners. Welcome to my blog!

10 thoughts on “SOLSC Day 4: Book Lists

  1. What a great way to spend the day! I have a credit with Amazon that I’m trying to figure out how to spend, so I know what you mean:)

  2. I am always looking for a good book too. Hopefully, you are enjoying a good read now. I am currently reading All the Light We Cannot See.

  3. I just read Bridge to Brilliance. And if you are into historical fiction, you need to read Blood on the River. Best historical fiction book about the founding of Jamestown.

  4. Sounds like a good use of time! Good luck.

  5. I found a new (to me) author, Paula McLain. She wrote The Paris Wife, about Hemingway. I loved reading it, so for my next book I selected Circling the Sun, also written by Paula. It is different, written about Africa at a time when social mores were much different. I’m not sure about recommending it.

  6. The book list bring joy and headache at the same time. Making choices is challenging with many wonderful titles in front of you. I am currently reading Black Dove, White Raven – keeps me reading.

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