Tagged with non-fiction reading

28 Reasons

28 Reasons

I really, really hope all of you out there were able to catch the Saturday Night Live (SNL) skit/video for Black History Month that aired early this month. Titled “28 Reasons,” it’d be a great source for tomorrow, February 28th, the last day of Black History Month: I about died laughing and of discomfort when … Continue reading

This Book Made Me Throw Up (in a good way)

I have been sitting here staring at the screen for about 20 minutes. I have been avoiding this post for about 4 weeks. I don’t even know why. About a month ago, I read two books back to back: The Still Point of the Turning World by Emily Rapp and Wave by Sonali Deraniyagala. I … Continue reading

The Works: Anatomy of a City

The Works: Anatomy of a City

I am in LOVE with a book. I am in LOVE with a non-fiction book full of infographics and data. And my students are in LOVE with it, too. Miraculous, yes? The Works: Anatomy of a City by Kate Ascher is a book we have had on our kids’ bookshelf forever. Adam would occasionally pull it … Continue reading