Month: July 2018

How to Code a Sandcastle by Josh Funk

Are you teaching learners how to code? If so, you must add How to Code a Sandcastle by Josh Funk to your lesson plans. A young girl, by the name of Pearl, narrates the thought process behind coding.  She begins by introducing her robot friend, Pascal.… Continue Reading “How to Code a Sandcastle by Josh Funk”

I Walk With Vanessa: A Story About A Simple of Kindness by Kerascoët

Summary I Walk With Vanessa is wordless book that provokes a conversation about racism. The story begins with a black girl moving boxes into her new home with her family. Her name is Vanessa. Readers follow Vanessa as she starts her first day of school… Continue Reading “I Walk With Vanessa: A Story About A Simple of Kindness by Kerascoët”

All That Trash: The Story of the 1987 Garbage Barge and Our Problem with Stuff by Meghan McCarthy

Summary What would you do if you had to get rid of 3,186 tons of trash? This was a problem that Lowell Harrelson thought he could handle. He rented a barge, loaded it with trash from New York City and Long Island, and shipped… Continue Reading “All That Trash: The Story of the 1987 Garbage Barge and Our Problem with Stuff by Meghan McCarthy”

Thank You, Earth: A Love Letter To Our Planet by April Pulley Sayre

Summary Think of a time when your whole being fully appreciated nature. What did you see? What did you hear? In Thank You, Earth: A Love Letter To Our Planet, we see incredible images of our beautiful home. Gorgeous photos of plants, animals and landscapes… Continue Reading “Thank You, Earth: A Love Letter To Our Planet by April Pulley Sayre”

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