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The Choice Literacy Book Club Discusses So You Want to Be an Owl
Enjoy listening as the Choice Literacy Book Club discusses So You Want to Be an Owl by Jane Porter and Maddie Frost.
This year the Choice Literacy Book Club was formed. You will find a book talk video and a Padlet where our community has shared their thoughts about the book. Feel free to join! Click here to find out more about the Choice Literacy Book Club!
Contributors Discussing Ouch! Moments
Order of joining the conversation:
Leigh Anne Eck
00:28 Lead Essay by Ruth Ayres
02:23 New Content Highlights
6:23 Book Club Discussion
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Join the Choice Literacy Book Club! Heather Fisher selected So You Want to Be an Owl by Jane Porter and Maddie Frost as our September read. Grab a copy, and join the conversation using the hashtag #ChoiceLiteracyBookClub.
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