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A Words Look: KEEPING SCORE by Linda Sue Park

Last September, I was lucky enough to host a special Twitter chat on #mglitchat about the three middle reader books selected for the 2017 Global Read Aloud program. 582 more words


Saving The World One Book At A Time

Seoul Campus educator Jennifer Wright considers the connection between reading and empathy.

“Can a children’s book change the world?”  This is a question that Linda Sue Park… 403 more words

Seoul Elementary

YA Sentence Study Snapshot: A Long Walk to Water

No matter how much we try, none of us can do it all; there simply aren’t enough hours in the classroom. So, whenever possible, I try to double-dip — pulling the learning from one area of our work to another.  683 more words

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SCBWI Summer Conference 2017 Wrap Up: Attending the Pro Track for the First Time

By Helena Ku Rhee, Kite Tales Contributor

As in years prior, SCBWI’s annual summer conference was spectacular. We laughed, we cried, and at the end, we were inspired to rush home to create good art. 611 more words

Author's Perspective

A Words Look: Linda Sue Park

“In order to find yourself in a book, you have to lose yourself in a book.” – Linda Sue Park

I kind of came to a Linda Sue Park fandom through a roundabout way.

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Review: A Long Walk to Water

A Long Walk to Water: A Novel Based on a True Story by Linda Sue Park.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, New York, 2010.
Middle grade realistic fiction, 121 pages. 662 more words

Fiction Friday

Book Review: A Single Shard by Linda Sue Park

A Single Shard by Linda Sue Park is an excellent piece of historical fiction aimed at a middle grade to young adult reading level.  It has fascinating, complex characters, and is very informative about the setting (12th Century Korea) and what it might have been like from the perspective of an everyday person.   142 more words