Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. The feature was created because The Broke and Bookish are particularly fond of lists (as are we!). Each week a new Top Ten list topic is given and bloggers can participate.
Today’s Topic: Top Ten Favorite Blog Posts Written by Each Other
I can only pick five? I am pretty excited to highlight some of Kellee’s posts. I am focusing on her non-review posts to help me limit the list to just five. This is going to be tough!
As an avid reader, I sometimes (unintentionally) get frustrated when adults tell me they don’t read. This post is insightful and thought-provoking.
Yes, yes, and yes. This post hit my soul.
Teachers, you will love these posts. They are great collections of books. Kellee outdid herself on these posts.
I loved this and wish I’d done it! On this page, you can also see all of our previous posts about her favorite books she’s read with Trent.
I trust Kellee’s judgment in books, so I always look forward to this list each year! Do not click these links if you don’t want to add books to your TBR lists! 🙂
I love reading Ricki’s posts! Today I also focused on my favorite non-review posts that I really think are Ricki’s best.
Ricki shows real insight into the journey that is her doctorate. This post shows us all what a rock star is that she is so active on the blog, a mom, a doctorate student, and the editor of The ALAN Review. Phew!
Ricki and I have similar taste in books, so I love reading her favorites lists.
Amen! Ricki writes what all of us feel.
I loved Ricki’s response to this text.
I wish I could have been in Mrs. Ginsberg’s classroom!
Post some of your own favorite blog posts for us to read!
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