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February 25, 2009


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Great links, Susan. Those desks sound like a great idea, but I can't help but wonder how long it will be before someone takes it a step further.

That's wild. Imagine a treadmill in the classroom!

This is fantastic, Thanks

Sigh. I've always wanted to be an NPR librarian.

Hey, thanks for plugging the Diversity in Science Carnival. I'm really excited about it and proud of it.

I also blog about science and nature books for kids. Every Monday I post a book review. I'm fortunate to be a member of the Animal Behavior Society Outstanding Children's Book Award reviewer. I get to read all of the great books - narratives, poetic, trade, even novels - about animals and rate them for how accurate the animal behavior portrayed in book is.

great books.

Stephen, you're welcome!

Jules, I like it that they have a blog, too.

DN, I'm excited to hear about the Animal Behavior Society Book Awards! I keep a long list of "best of the year" children's books, including award winners. Since you post about science books for kids (yay!), I hope you'll join in on the weekly Nonfiction Mondays, which is kind of a carnival for nonfiction for kids. Different people host--the schedule is here http://www.kidlitosphere.org/KidLitosphere_Central/Nonfiction_Monday.html

HiCuz...I love when Daniel Pinkwater reads aloud on NPR. He's great.

Susan: I'm late and slow to the blog world. What a great one you have. I'm adding it to mine.

Valerie Hobbs

Thanks for the nice words!

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