January Reading Challenge

Not everyone has the privilege of being a teacher of such diverse populations, but there is no better way to learn how others think and view the world than by reading what they write. So this month I recommend that you read at least one book that is written by someone from another country or someone from a different culture than your own.

Quill and Books Reading Challenge- October

How is the challenge going? Have you started? Have you discovered a new book that you love? I hope so! Time for something scary and intense! I am a big chicken so I don't often read anything very horror like Stephen King, but I have read a few books in that genre that I like. … Continue reading Quill and Books Reading Challenge- October

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children Book Review

This book has been on my to-read list for...well since the book came out. Somehow I never made time for it, until it showed up as a choice on the reading list for my Youth Literature class. Now, it was homework... the best kind of homework ever! I am loving this class which forces me to make time to read some awesome books! 

Girls Who Code Book Review

This is a book that makes my feminist heart happy. The author, Reshma Saujani, visited a lot of schools and saw that there were many boys in coding classes, but few girls. When she did some number checking, she learned that women only make up 4% of the workforce who code.   Her response to … Continue reading Girls Who Code Book Review

Quill and Books Reading Challenge- September

It's September! Reading can help bring understanding. Many people don't understand what it is like to have a disability. Reading a non-fiction book about a disability can help you understand the facts of it. Reading a book written BY someone with a disability can help you see their world in a new light. I've read … Continue reading Quill and Books Reading Challenge- September

Quill and Books Reading Challenge- August

am starting a reading challenge. This is meant for Instagram but you can post yours on any platform you wish. My Instagram handle is @fletchers.quill if you want to tag me. This challenge is not too hard if you read an average of one book a month. Each month, I'll steer you in a direction, maybe in a direction you've never been before. 

So, here is the first month's challenge:

10 Gift Ideas for Readers 

Do you have a reader in your life that you need to buy a gift for? Christmas gift? Birthday Gift? Hanukkah gift? Eid Gift? I'm here to offer suggestions! Basically, this is my Christmas wishlist, but I suspect I'm not alone in wishing for these items. The items are not in any particular order. *Now … Continue reading 10 Gift Ideas for Readers 

The Girl Who Drank the Moon- Book Review

Doesn't the title sound intriguing? That is initially what grabbed my attention. The cover is beautiful too. The story did not disappoint either. This was the 2017 Newbery Medal Winner, and it was well deserved! There is just something about the tone of this book that I adore. The Girl Who Drank the Moon by … Continue reading The Girl Who Drank the Moon- Book Review