New Books (04/06/21)

There is something to be saidabout slipping a knife’s tip throughthe sticky tape, hearing that crisp pop when the seal breaksfingertips grasping, feeling around for the seamlifting up on the box’s exteriorrevealing the coveted this month Life of Pi‘s blue and orange coverfaces me, the mysterious façade of What Comes After peaking out from underneathwithContinue reading “New Books (04/06/21)”

Textual Lineage (03/30/21)

Scholastic’s Global Literacy Campaign describes textual lineage as “a reading and writing autobiography which shows that who you are is in part developed through the stories and information you’ve experienced.” Alfred Tatum (2013) More Resources shared at Scholastic Inc. & Learning for Justice When I think of texts that have shaped who I am itContinue reading “Textual Lineage (03/30/21)”

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