1. Back and Forth

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    from Ross & Heather Chasey / Added

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    Heather and Analiese read Love You Forever or Back and Forth as Analiese calls it.

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    • Reading #7: vlog series of incremental readings from 'Debt The First 5000 Years'

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      Reading #7, pp. 13-14 /ends section end, p.14 @ '... because we can no longer imagine things any other way.'/ Many thanks to Iolanthe the Incredible, my littlest house-mate, for a wonderful guest reading. _______ This is a vlog series of incremental book readings from David Graeber’s much discussed book, 'Debt The First 5000 Years', published by Melville House Books. Each reading will be between five and six minutes long (and obviously in order, from the beginning of the book to the end). I generally wish to record and present each reading as unedited as possible (as I would read, that is, if in the same room). _____________

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      • Alpha-Phonics - Not Dick & Jane

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        What is Alpha-Phonics? Blumenfeld's Alpha-Phonics was created to provide parents, teachers and tutors with a sensible, logical, easy-to-use system for teaching reading. It is an intensive phonics instruction program based on the author's many years of research and experience in the reading instruction field. It answers the need for a practical instruction program that anyone who wants to teach reading can learn to use with no special training.

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        • Episode 14 - Fatherhood Adventures

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          This episode of Razors & Diapers features David E. Chapman, author of the Daddy and I Explore...series. We spoke about his motivation for doing the books and experience sharing these adventures with his children. Enjoy!

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          • More Trained Monkey

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            So, he's been sort of reading stuff recently. He definitely knows some words and will point them out as the appear in real life (beer, blue, brad farwell, terrible, horrible, salt, sauce, etc... and I'm trying not to draw any conclusions about his home life based on the word choice. Still, this book-reading seems a little crazy. Could he read those sentences out of context? Well, maybe not. But it did freak me out a little.

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            • Reading of "The Wig"

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              AB reading her Just Right book called "The Wig." She has been soaking it up in kindergarten and it just recently CLICKED!

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              • Sally Ball reading from "Annus Mirabilis"

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                Sally Ball reading from "Annus Mirabilis" at the Arizona State University "Desert Nights, Rising Stars Writers Conference." Sally Ball is the author of Annus Mirabilis, which was selected by Ellen Bryant Voigt for the Barrow Street Press Poetry Prize (NY: Barrow Street, 2005). Her poems have appeared in The American Poetry Review, Boulevard, Ploughshares, Slate, Threepenny Review, Yale Review, and other journals, as well as in the Best American Poetry anthology. Ball is the associate director of Four Way Books, an independent press based in New York City. In 2007 she was the Margaret Bridgman Fellow in Poetry at the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. She is an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University, where she teaches poetry workshops, courses in modern and contemporary American poetry, and a literary publishing and editing class. She also offers internships with Four Way Books to students in the MFA Program for Creative Writing. The Desert Nights, Rising Stars Writers Conference brings writers of all levels together for four exhilarating days in sunny Arizona. Participants get the chance to hone their craft in the classroom with distinguished writers, sharing dialogue during classes, readings, and other events. By keeping the number of participants small, we are able to offer an experience that is both intimate and affordable, all while maintaining our commitment to be the premier writers conference in the West. 2012 Desert Nights, Rising Stars Writers Conference Feb. 23-26 • ASU Tempe campus

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                • Google Docs Read Collaborate

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                  Students read and respond to learn together.

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                  • Briana Reading

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                    Briana reading a book

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                    • Environmental Novelist Li Miao Lovett

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                      Li Miao Lovett began her writing career after a 600-mile backpacking trip on the Appalachian Trail where she encountered a stalker, a compulsive poet, and ten thousand mosquitoes. She has been a frequent contributor to the San Francisco Chronicle and KQED Perspectives. Her literary and environmental writing has also been published by Narrative Magazine, Earth Island Journal, China Rights Forum, and Sierra Club's The Planet. Supporting the mission of Words Without Borders, she has organized events showcasing the works of dissident and censored writers. In both fiction and nonfiction, Li’s work has won awards or finalist standing from Glimmer Train, Writers Digest, Stanford Magazine, and the James Jones First Novel Fellowship. Her debut novel, In the Lap of the Gods, is a tale of the dammed and displaced in China's Three Gorges. It has received critical acclaim including top four finalist in the James Jones First Novel Fellowship, and Semifinalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards. For more about Lovett and her novel visit www.limiaolovett.com.

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