For years, many of us were conflicted when it came to the Renaissance Bookstore at 834 N. Plankinton Ave., Downtown. It was a place that was packed with books. Great! But it was also clearly too packed with books. Last week, we went inside to take a look.
There are a LOT of great books for teachers out there. Picking just fifty is no easy feat but we've done our best to cover the best books for teachers from five different angles. Related articles: Now all of these are exceptional reads. They are in no particular order.
"This year I'm really going to make time for more professional reading." Sound familiar? It's easier said than done. But these must-read books for teachers, recommended by our friends on the WeAreTeachers HELPLINE, are worth staying up a little past bedtime for. These are the professional development reads teachers are raving about.
Summer is fast approaching and it is time to think about the slow life - backyard bbqs, cold glasses of lemonade on the porch, and books by the pool. I went through all of the episodes of the podcast and reached out to teachers on Twitter to share the best professional book they have read recently.
I have books in every room of my house except the bathroom and kitchen. The living room, the front hallway, the dining room and the three bedrooms all have bookshelves, as does the basement TV room (six of them; it's a big room).This is not how I grew up.
smithsonian.com Every library has its own smell, from the slick scent of unopened books in a brand-new facility to the sweet, musty odor of old tomes. But is there a way to capture the scent of a particular library-or recreate how it once smelled?