Today we decided to drive to the "big city", which is about 2 hours from our house. One of the main reasons to visit the "City" is that they have 3 Half Price Books (HPB). If you've never gone to an HPB and you are a book fanatic, then I urge you to find the nearest one and go. Hubby and I have been known to drive around the Dallas/Forth Worth metroplex just to visit every HPB we could find!
The best part of HPB is that they are very nice, clean, well lit, well stocked, well priced and they change out their inventory on a regular basis. I particularly love them because they have a high quality Education section, which is not common with most used book stores. Today I was specifically looking for things to help me with student engagement strategies and differentiation as those have been the topics on my mind this summer. Here's what I ended up with:
(Please forgive my legs.. I took the pic on my lap on the way home!)
The top book was the most expensive one at $7.00, the rest were under $5 each. The "Differentiating Textbooks" looks really good as it is full of reading strategies. :)
Now, please excuse me - I have some reading to do! :)
What's on YOUR reading list?
I am on a personal challenge to blog every day in July, just to see if I can do it. I would love to have you join me! If you are worried that you've missed a few days, please don't stress.. just jump on in! Maybe a month is too much, that's okay, try it for a week, or every other day, or once a week.. whatever works for you!
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The bloggers (so far)
Robin at Flip! Learn! Share
Bridget at Reflections in the Plane
Teresa at GeometryWiz
Sherrie at Middle School Math Rules!
Brooke at Sined, Sealed, Calculated
John at Functions are Fun
Jedidiah at Math Butler
Pam at the radical rational
Roxy at Rockstar Math Teacher
Paul at TeacherPaulP
Tina at Palmer's Ponderings
Cindy at School Stuff
Robyn at Making Math Visible
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