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For this part of the discussion of The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, I want to talk about family. Last post, I talked about the strong sense of community that Thomas wrote about. The center of it all is the Carter family. I mention it in our part one discussion, but I think this strong sense of community and family really comes into fruition in the second half of the novel.
Dr. Bookworm hosts her second epic 'read-along'. Come join our virtual book club in discussion ofAngie Thomas' The Hate U Give.
Dr. Bookworm's take on Banned Books Week.
Our first EPIC READ-ALONG is here! Come join in and discuss the first part of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight with Dr. Bookworm.
Dr. Bookworm discusses National Poetry Month and some of her favorite poems. She also shares a few (unedited) poems.
Dr. Bookworm discusses the Reading Without Walls campaign for the month of April. She also shares three books that were outside her reading comfort zone but completely turned her world around.