On My Bookshelf: August Link Up

August 01, 2015

On My Bookshelf is a monthly reading link up hosted by The Literary Maven.


On My Bookshelf is a monthly link up for sharing great books you have read for personal pleasure, for development of your teaching skills, or as additions to your classroom library. Look for this link up to appear on the first of every month. 

Literary maven that I am, I am always looking for new books to enjoy, helpful teaching related titles, and books that my students might also get excited about. You can check out all of the books I've shared on my blog here.

On My Bookshelf is a monthly reading link up hosted by The Literary Maven.

Want to link up?
Step #1: Include the image above and a link to my blog somewhere in your post.
Step #2: Leave a comment on this link up sharing why you loved the book.
Step #3: Be a good blog reader...visit the two blogs who link up before you and leave some love on their pages!

Note: This link up is not intended for product promotion. You may include products you've created in your posts, but they should not be the sole focus of the post.

Happy reading!


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5 comments

  1. I linked up for Fever 1793 - a YA Historical Fiction that you should totally read if you haven't. I love the young protagonist living through Philadelphia's Yellow Fever epidemic. Great read for everyone, but even more so for someone like you who has walked the Philly streets.

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    1. Danielle,
      I love this book. Anderson is a great author. I recently read Prom, which is one of her much lighter reads.

      Brynn Allison
      The Literary Maven

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  2. I linked a picture book, Animalia by Graeme Base, because the pictures are just wonderful, and I think this book could be the basis of a fun lesson alliteration for any age.

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    1. Sharon,

      I am a big proponent of using picture books with students of all grade levels.

      Brynn Allison
      The Literary Maven

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  3. I linked up with The Postmortal and The Secret Life of Bees... two very different books (Sci-Fi and Historical Fiction) but I really liked both! Lots of social issues to consider in both books.

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