Week 5 Awesome Authors Book Reviews

Awesome Authors is a summer school creative writing class offered, by the Grand Forks Public School District. Laura Knox teaches the class, for students in Kindergarten through Second Grade. Class members participate in writing projects, art projects, field trips, and a class blog, which can be found at: www.classblogmeister.com/blog.php?blogger_id262314 or by searching Laura Knox Awesome…
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Dig The News Summer Reading Program – Holes

Today’s feature is called Holes.  Dig the News, is a SUMMER READING program to be used with your newspaper and the public library. The Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) chose “Dig into Reading” and “Beneath the Surface” as themes for summer reading features that encourage young readers to use their newspapers and public libraries. These features are…
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Dig The News Summer Reading Program – Buildings

Today’s feature is called Buildings.  Dig the News, is a SUMMER READING program to be used with your newspaper and the public library. The Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) chose “Dig into Reading” and “Beneath the Surface” as themes for summer reading features that encourage young readers to use their newspapers and public libraries. These features are…
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Dig The News Summer Reading Program – The Past And The Future

Today’s feature is called The Past and The Future.  Dig the News, is a SUMMER READING program to be used with your newspaper and the public library. The Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) chose “Dig into Reading” and “Beneath the Surface” as themes for summer reading features that encourage young readers to use their newspapers and public…
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Dig The News Summer Reading Program – History

Today’s feature is called History.  Dig the News, is a SUMMER READING program to be used with your newspaper and the public library. The Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) chose “Dig into Reading” and “Beneath the Surface” as themes for summer reading features that encourage young readers to use their newspapers and public libraries. These features are…
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