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Comunicación preescolar: La importancia de fomentar habitos de lectura en P...

Comunicación preescolar: La importancia de fomentar habitos de lectura en P...

What was your first book? I don't remember my very first book, (I was reading before I went to school, so Dick & Jane were very boring people to me.) but the first book I loved was the first in the Trixie Belden series. Compared to Trixie, Nancy Drew was a prissy wuss.

"The first book we fall in love with shapes us every bit as much as the first person we fall in love with . This is sooo true, I fell in love with Harry Potter in grade 2 and ever since I have loved fantasy books.

the UN-manual e-book

The UNmanual: Why I heart it + giveaway

UNmanual - a guide explaining the DSLR camera's ins and outs in plain english! For my future DSLR camera!

Best e-Reader Apps for the iPad    http://goodereader.com/blog/electronic-readers/best-e-reader-apps-for-the-ipad/

Don't Shut The Book On Writing One: Advice For Would-Be Authors

10 New Year's Resolutions for Book Lovers - Writers Write

10 New Year's Resolutions for Book Lovers - Writers Write. I think I achieved all these in May it continue into 2015 :)

Links to Multiple Free Typing Games - Check out out these typing tutorials and games to practice your own typing skills. Practice, practice, practice, and maybe someday you'll type as fast as I do. :)  Get the dream tech or developer job you have always wanted and travel the world for little to no cost http://recruitingforgood.com/

How to Learn Typing From Scratch - A Complete Guide For Beginners

King School Library - Links to Multiple Free Typing Games (Keyboard Practice) - Check out out these typing tutorials and games to practice your own typing skills. Practice, practice, practice, and maybe someday you'll type as fast as I do.

How to write a great book review - Writers Write

image © by athena. I am a woman obsessed with fountain pens as of late! Here are some links I thought other fountain pen obsessed may enjoy. Sketching with a fountain pen (I've always loved letters with illustrations) How to.

Most of us write because we’ve read something wonderful. Do you want to write something that affects others the way you were affected? Then you have to learn to read like a writer—with your brain turned on. Learn more at http://thewritepractice.com/read-like-writer/

4 Steps to Read Like a Writer

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One Happy Teacher: More Literacy Freebies - Organizer for Summarizing a Biography

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