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Maybe you should just stop being afraid. And just love her as hard as you can. Fuck your walls. Just jump. There is no better time for bravery than in love and in war.

Tom forgot the blocking of the scene, and of course that's Robert staying in character, telling him, 'You're supposed to move now, so that I can sit on the bed.'"

WebQuest: The Lemonade War: Wow! This is a terrific Web Quest that keeps students reading as they figure out what to do next. Love this! (Click the links in the left sidebar to find the parts of the webquest.)

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7 Books to Read If You Loved 'All the Light We Cannot See'

Anthony Doerr's Pulitzer Prize winning novel, All theLight We Cannot See, was hands down one of our favorite reads in recent years. If you loved the story of two teenagers on opposite sides of World War II whose lives become unexpectedly linked, you’ll love these books, too.

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Yellow Journalism- MAD LIBS

Students will work in partners to complete the Yellow Journalism story of the USS Maine explosion. This is quick & fun Mad Lib style activity is meant to show how inaccurate Yellow Journalism was at the time. My students loved this. I left it in an editable format.Key Words: Spanish American War; Yellow Journalism; USS Maine; American Imperialism

Man o' War died quietly on November 1, 1947 at the age of 30 (his age in this photo). Man o'War was eventually moved to the Kentucky Horse Park, where the original burial site was recreated. More than 50 years after his death, he still attracts thousands of visitors anually. And in the words of Will Harbut, Red's groom, he is still the "mostest hoss."

Civil War Quilts: Westering Women 10: Rocky Mountain Chain