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This is the most fascinating thing I have read in 20 years, on the subject of how it all works. Been doing it forever, and now I see what is happening in my brain when I do. Full-sense Perceptives take note. Empathic Telepaths, this is you.

Today is my turn of the blog tour for "A Pug Like Percy". We have a fab extract from the book, which I am currently reading just now, so ...

from Early Years English

Fierce as a lion: teaching similes

This book was read by ED 312 Classroom Theater Spring was put together in iMovie by Molly Arsenault.

The Enchanted Wood. Enid Blyton A book I loved as a child, and still have in my collection... I always read the author as 'Gnid' though, and was surprised as a teen to learn that was a letter E!

If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a movable feast. –Ernest Hemingway

#awallofbooks It is a novel written in 2003 in the first-person of a fifteen-year-old boy with autistic spectrum condition. It is lovely and absolutely amazing how he explains his fears and difficulties when interpreting the world around him. He describes that for him it is really difficult to mingle with others, so he prefers to mingle with maths or animals. I highly recommend this book for teachers and children who live with young people with these problems. By Vicky. EOI Luarca.

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Venus Trapped in Mars

<3 decorating with books, I get it from my mother. Not to mention its what all southern girls like to have on their coffee tables, good conversation pieces