Sharing our "Book Love": Reading and Sharing in a Time of Social Distancing
One thing that unites us is our belief in the power of reading--the power of books. Earlier this week, Dr. Gretchen Rumohr, Dr. Shelly Shaffer, Dr. Steve Bickmore, and Dr. Steffany Maher published a blogpost on Dr. Bickmore's YA Wednesday blog sharing our personal histories with books and asking educators to consider their own. Which books have shaped you, stuck with you, moved you? In which books have you seen yourself, traveled to distant lands, recognized injustice, connected with characters?

Let’s spend some time sharing books that help us consider what is important to us and enable us to connect--to characters and to one another--in this time of social distancing. And then let's share these books with our students, so they can connect as well.

Please share your best "book love" books in each category below. We look forward to your recommendations!
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