This is my fifth year participating in #pb10for10. Like many educators, I can’t resist books. I love the stories and the connections they help us make. Over the past few years, my 10 for 10 lists have featured books that help me make those connections with others. Books are such a great vehicle for conversation, opening our eyes to perspectives and worlds we may not normally see. As always, my own kids are my guinea pigs for the books I share with other teachers and with other kids. This year, so challenging in so many ways, we’ve also leaned on the wonderful world of children’s literature to continue to reimagine and hope for what it means to be human.
This year I had the honor to join 30 other educators, all with a passion for children’s literature, to share thoughts, ideas, and experiences with books on the Teachers Books Readers (TBR) Blog. Here are many of the titles I shared across this school year. Click each link to read my post for each title.
Here are my previous #pb10for10 lists:
2020: For Humanity