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    I am always disappointed when publishers insist on publishing book that have the reading levels on them. Those numbers always mess DS up and he refuses to read those books. We always have discussions that the level is to high or too low and he just can't enjoy the story, because the pressure for the book to be easier or harder is already defined for him.
    A mama who teaches college writing, as well as help her 11-year-old in
    choosing his own life adventure. Using Global Village School to support our desire to develop a sense of social justice and global awareness.

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    Oh, I just remembered! Even though they've never been to school, a favorite for weeks and weeks was: The Secret Science Project That Almost Ate the School by Judy Sierra. They/we LOVED reading that out loud, together, separately. Again, another fond memory..

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    Elle loved Fudge. Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Super Fudge, etc. I grew up in the Judy Blume years, so I was delighted she enjoyed stories about the crazy little brother. (who reminded her very much of her younger cousin..lol) We also loved Ramona for the same reason.
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    One kid, Elle, Sophomore at The University of Michigan studying Cell/ Molecular Biology Go Blue!
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