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Teaching Your Love to Those Who Don't Love It

I was so excited when I got my first teaching job as a Reading teacher in a middle school. I enjoy working with middle school aged kids more than the little bitty ones. 491 more words


The City of Ember

The City of Ember (Book of Ember #1) by Jeanne DuPrau (2004)

Juvenile Fiction | Dystopian


“Many hundreds of years ago, the city of Ember was created by the Builders to contain everything needed for human survival. 882 more words


Soul Food {November 2015}

I needed some hugs this month, so a lot of my media intake was feel-good or life-speaking. Maybe these things will be pseudo-hugs for you, too? 1,427 more words


Teaser Tuesdays #6

Current read: The City of Ember – Jeanne DuPrau


“’Now choose.’ The mayor held out the bag with one hand and put the other behind his back, as if he would not interfere.” p.

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(The Collective) Imagination

There is nothing new under the sun, is there? And with ever-advancing technology and a growing (and growing) world population, there’s less new under the sun now more than ever. 1,107 more words


The City of Ember

DuPrau, J. (2003). The city of Ember. New York, NY: Random House.

ISBN: 0-375-92274-1

This is an interesting dystopian novel for tweens and will appeal to fans of… 398 more words

Tween Reader Advisory

Jeanne DuPrau - The City of Ember: The First Book of Ember

  If Tunnels and Metro 2033 had a young child, then Jeanne DuPrauThe City of Ember” would be that child. An underground story with hardly any to no idea of a different life on the surface. 211 more words