Tag Archives: Leigh Anne Eck

November 10

The Legacy of Todd Bol by Leigh Anne Eck

Game Changer!  Book Access for All Kids by Donalyn Miller and Colby Sharp has been released.  I know I cannot wait to read their ideas for providing book access to children, as I believe we all have a role in becoming a game changer. I recently learned the founder of The Little Free Library, Todd […]

April 16

The Junction of Sunshine and Lucky by Holly Schindler – Review by Leigh Anne Eck

Because I am a fourth grade teacher, I try to make conscious decisions about the middle grade books I recommend to my students.  Fourth grade falls on the low end of the middle grade spectrum.  Sometimes these novels teeter on the borderline of appropriateness for this grade level, due to their language or mature content. […]

Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh – Review by Leigh Anne Eck

“Remember that writing is to put love in the world, not to use against your friends.”  – Ole Golly Waldenstein   I am not exactly sure how old I was when I first read Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh, but I am sure it was between the age of 10-12.  My best friend and […]