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: Our Favorite TTT Posts
We love Tuesdays! Happy anniversary to the Top Ten Tuesday meme! In honor of the anniversary, we are linking our favorite TTT posts.
Our readers have responded really well to this one, and we are very proud of it because it represents who we are as teachers!
Nonfiction has a bad reputation, so I was excited to create this list.
I try to read at least ten professional books per year, and I remember it was very difficult for me to pick books for this list because there are so many great ones!
I love historical fiction, so this was a very fun (but difficult) list to create. There were so many great choices!
It is so hard to narrow this list down to 10 books per year, so I am very proud of these titles. I recommend them all very highly.
We just really love these characters and need more!
I loved highlighting books that show that there is strength in all sorts of people.
These are important topics we’d like to see more of.
I really love the more unique topics that make me push my thinking. This one was fun!
Ricki’s choice of Snatchabook really made this post (though I am proud of mine as well!).
Share some of your favorite TTT lists from your blog! Let’s celebrate!
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