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Z is for Zeke Pedrad

This is my last A-Z Challenge post! I had a lot of fun, but at the same time, I’m glad it’s over. I probably wouldn’t feel this way if I hadn’t missed a week of posts, but life happens. 169 more words

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Y is for Yeva Belikova

Again, literally the only character I could think of who’s name starts with Y. These last couple letters are near impossible.

Book(s) She’s In: Blood Promise by Richelle Mead. 125 more words

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X is for Xander

Okay, so technically his name is Alexander, but the only person who calls him that is his grandmother, soooo. . . . I’m counting it. 113 more words

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W is for The Weasley Twins

I could have done the Weasly twins for F and G, but I wanted to do them together. Unlike somebody, (I’m looking at you J.K. Rowling.) I don’t think there should be one without the other. 149 more words

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V is for Violet Willoughby

Book(s) She’s In: Haunting Violet by Alyxandra Harvey. My favorite ghost story, and my favorite historical romance. Of course, I don’t read a lot in those genres, but this book makes me want to. 101 more words

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Z is for Zipes (Fairy Tale Spotlight A-Z)

So, today in class I reviewed fact vs opinion with my 4th grade readers. We also discussed the slippery slope – the informed opinion. An informed opinion is an opinion that has notably been backed up with facts. 500 more words

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X is for X-Marks the Spot (Fairy Tale Spotlight A-Z)

X marks the spot for  pirate adventures on the Texas coastline. The infamous pirate Jean Lafitte sailed the waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the Laguna Madre. 390 more words

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