Donalyn Miller invites Terry Thompson, literacy expert and graphic novel afficionado, to share his tips and rationale for using graphic novels in the classroom.

Donalyn Miller questions a recent article which claims that reading is a pastime accessible to a privileged few.

Donalyn Miller examines the importance of summer professional development and suggests several online sources for "armchair PD".

Donalyn Miller joins the #YA Saves campaign in response to a recent Wall Street Journal article denouncing the dark themes in YA literature.

Donalyn Miller announces the start of her annual Book-A-Day Challenge-- reading one book for every day of summer vacation.

Donalyn Miller shares culminating activities to celebrate students' reading accomplishments and reflects on the school year.

Donalyn Miller describes the importance of providing all children with access to books and suggests avenues for improving this access.

Donalyn Miller participates in the #blog4nwp event in support of the National Writing Project.

As part of the 3rd Annual Share a Story/ Shape a Future blog event, Donalyn Miller and other bloggers celebrate the Power of a Book.

Donalyn Miller shares the Children's Literature Assembly's 2011 Notable Children's Books in the Language Arts


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