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WHEN POLITICIANS START TALKING ABOUT WHAT’S BEST FOR TEACHERS

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Eating bread instead of finishing assignments.

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Remember that time when Fred and George repeatedly hit Voldemort in the face with snowballs?

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“Christmas was coming. One morning in mid-December, Hogwarts woke to find itself covered in several feet of snow. The lake froze solid and the Weasley twins were punished for bewitching several snowballs so that they followed Quirrell around, bouncing off the back of his turban.” - PS, CH. 12

I DID NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT THIS.

This is why it is the right of the reader to re-read books! I cannot even tell you how many times I have read this book and missed this. Absolutely amazing!  It just goes to show that there are always hidden gems to find when you revisit an old book friend.

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The Little Bookroom in Melbourne is one of my favourite places in the world! When we were on our literacy excursion the other day, it was the first place I wanted to explore when we were allowed to roam free. Even though I’ve been there so many times, I feel like every time I visit it’s a new adventure because I always find something new to look at and experience. It reminds me a lot of Meg Ryan’s ‘The Shop Around the Corner’ in ‘You’ve Got Mail’, and it is definitely worth a visit (if not to one of their shops, at least to their website..)

http://www.littlebookroom.com.au/

What better time to let this place transport you back to all your favourite childhood friends than the National Year of Reading, in an official City of Literature?  

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Facts, Science World Ads (Museum of Science, Vancouver), Part I by Rethink Canada

See Part II here

I just had a thought about how easy it is these days to access lyrics. I’ve always loved knowing the lyrics to the music I listen too, but once upon a time if you heard a song and wanted to know the words, you had to buy the CD and hope to hell that little booklet you got with it wasn’t just full of album art and thank-you’s. 

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