Blogs & Blog Posts on Reading in Minnesota



Blogs on "Reading"

Reading in White Bear Lake
"Reading in White Bear Lake" is a book blog by Jen C a resident o...

Bur Bur and Friends Community Blog
Bur Bur & Friends community blog is a place for parents and educators t...

A Nod To Nothing
Pretty much as it says, a lot of nothing, about nothing.

agora2
A public marketplace for the exchange of thoughts, random and otherwise, id...

Moms Bookshelf & More
Stay at home Mom from Minnesota blogs about family, life, recipes, pictures...

Tolstoy and Me
A Minnesota woman tries to remedy the hole in her education by reading Tols...

Girl Detective
Skip to content Reading, Writing, Movies and Mothering in Minneapolis, M...

josh blog
philosophical and critical commonplace book

Knit Think
Knitting and thinking. Occasionally at the same time.

The Average Teenage Girl
Pretty much like any other teenager's blog.

Blog Posts on Reading

Your Favorite Book? by Girl Detective on Jan 31, 2012 in ReadingI recently read Lonesome Dove, that a friend told me long ago was her favorite book. We’ve fallen out of touch, so I don’t know if it is, still. But I’ve always found that question interesting, so long as the responder doesn’t...



Heartwarming Animal Stories Review - "Saving Gracie" by Harvest Moon by Hand on Jan 29, 2012 in read, books, history, reading, pets, Heartwarming Animal Stories Reading Challenge, animalsFor the first book of the Heartwarming Animal Stories 2012 Reading Challenge, I chose Saving Gracie: How One Dog Escaped the Shadowy World of American Puppy Mills by Carol Bradley.This is a eye-opening narrative that shares how on...



Meta-analysis continues to confirm importance of phonemic awareness in reading...but...lets not overestimate the importance by IQs Corner on Jan 23, 2012 in meta-analysis, dyslexia, Specification error, reading, GrwDouble click on image to enlarge the abstract.Meta-analysis like this one are powerful studies that confirm the importance, in this case, for phonemic awareness (Ga-PC per CHC theory) for reading and dyslexia. However I believe that often the indivi...



In Thrall by Girl Detective on Jan 20, 2012 in Books, ReadingI’m reading Lonesome Dove, the book that’s sat the longest on my shelves without me giving up on it, and I’m loathe to put it down. I should be working on an article. Cleaning the house. Writing my novel. Doing laundry. Shovelling s...



Read All Your Favorite Blogs in One Place by The Chisago County Zeitgeist on Jan 19, 2012 in ReadingIf you feel like it’s a chore to keep up with all your favorite blogs, you can now read posts from all the blogs you follow (even the ones that aren’t on WordPress.com!) in one convenient place on the WordPress.com home page: Your reader...



Bookstores, Reading, Community by faith in community on Jan 5, 2012 in bookstores, community, readingI opened up my emails this morning to find bad news I did not expect:  another one of my favorite independent bookstores is going out of business.  This is one of the bookstores I visit in a local, historic small town; frankly, I think it's...



This is the New York Times obituary for the Czech writer Josef Skvorecky. by Fight with knives on Jan 5, 2012 in memories, books, lit, reading, feminismThis is the New York Times obituary for the Czech writer Josef Skvorecky.: To prepare for my...



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