Category Archives: reading

Can’t Get Enough Reading

Chapter reading together was over, long over. I peeked in to say one last goodnight. Reading by flashlight. Just wonderful. Jennie

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Get Caught Reading

Get caught reading! Jennie

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My Classroom Bookshelf

My classroom bookshelf is the most important and popular place to be.  I think so, and children certainly feel that way.  They congregate like squirrels at a bird feeder.  Yes, there are fights over books, loud times, and also quiet … Continue reading

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Katie and Miles, The Circle of Life in Reading

The more that you read, the more things you will know.  The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.  –Dr. Seuss- I remember Katie von Campe like it was yesterday.  She was a “Mighty, Mighty Mustang” in my … Continue reading

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Can’t Stop Reading

Dinner with family; grandparents, parents, brother and sister. Grownups talking. Can’t stop reading. Jennie

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Blog Tour – Gallows Hill: The Investigative Paranormal Society Book 2

I have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Charles French, a distinguished educator and author.  His new book, Gallows Hill, is a thriller and the second in his exciting series.  The first book, Maledicus, is a riveting page-turner deep into history … Continue reading

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The Importance of Reading Aloud – Guest Post

Thank you Norah Colvin at readilearn for having me as a guest.  I’m so glad you asked.  It was a pleasure. The Importance of Reading Aloud — A Guest Post by Jennie Fitzkee Jennie, a passionate and inspirational teacher, has … Continue reading

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