The novels we read this year brought readers hope, challenged their perceptions, and illuminated experiences in ways both lasting and affecting. Enjoy our list of the best novels of 2016, as selected by the team at All The Wonders.
Share this Post 2016 has been a phenomenal year. For middle grade books. (Not so much for anything else, really!) And for me, 2016 has been a standout year not …
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John David Anderson, author of Ms. Bixby’s Last Day, joins us to reveal the cover and an exclusive scene from his brand new novel, Posted!
Today we’ll discuss why you and your students should consider keeping track of your reading, thoughts about what to track, and then finally a few ideas for different digital or analog ways to track your reading life.
John David Anderson, author of Ms. Bixby’s Last Day, stops by the podcast to talk about trying to find the hero of the story, the shared narrative that exists among any group of friends, and the presence of Obi Wan Kenobi teachers.
Kate DiCamillo, author Raymie Nightingale and the 2016 National Summer Reading Champion, stops by the podcast on behalf of the Collaborative Summer Library Program to talk about reasons to read this summer, some titles from her recommended reading list, and her habit of always making other people read books.
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