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Craig Podolski @Mr_Podo Buffalo Grove, Illinois

Father, husband, uncle, brother, son, English teacher at #AJHS in #D102, Michigan grad, Detroit fan, avid cook, reader, wannabe writer...

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Currently reading: The Sun Down Motel by @simone_stjames https://t.co/SRs5AotDfC
10/23
2020
Currently reading: When No One Is Watching by @AlyssaColeLit https://t.co/87cuZ7uiwY
10/22
2020
Currently reading: Never Have I Ever by @JoshilynJackson https://t.co/0wwfYnTyxP
10/21
2020
Currently reading: Fragile Things by @neilhimself https://t.co/yeM8Ohb1pt
10/20
2020
Currently reading: Those Girls by @ChevyStevens https://t.co/TWOb18rohP
10/19
2020
Currently reading: The House We Grew Up In by @lisajewelluk https://t.co/3WCorPoFHmGIVEAWAY ALERT: 10 hardcover/finished copies of YA books. Retweet/follow to enter by 10/21/2020. US only. 1 winner… https://t.co/xFla4WJFXI
Retweeted by Craig PodolskiCurrently reading: The Accident Season by @moirawithatrema https://t.co/XixH8rpj2d
10/18
2020
Currently reading: Final Girls by @riley_sager https://t.co/ob72AkzXMR @theallisonfrank @rayadverb @AlanZweibel Most of them are audiobooks, and I’ve trained myself to listen at 2.5 spee… https://t.co/ik3aPxmUgACurrently reading: Lunatics by @rayadverb and @AlanZweibel https://t.co/vtOjKecRCQ
10/17
2020
It's October 16th, 2020. That means today is the 52nd anniversary of the moment when John Carlos and Tommie Smith r… https://t.co/K6ao7hxf9h
Retweeted by Craig PodolskiCurrently reading: The Broken Girls by @simone_stjames https://t.co/s5rrqbPQVx
10/16
2020
Currently reading: Before I Die by @JennyDownham https://t.co/o8ki11cMP0Currently reading: The Dead and the Gone by @susanbpfeffer https://t.co/L0RPuto7d6
10/15
2020
Currently reading: Little Weirds by @jennyslate https://t.co/GQuFVfpuzSCurrently reading: The Midnight Library by @matthaig1 https://t.co/gQIjf390SV
10/14
2020
Currently reading: I Am the Messenger by @BookThief2005 https://t.co/HbgX5slhuECurrently reading: Bone Gap by @thatlauraruby https://t.co/VdR66MPozW
10/13
2020
Today, we honor the culture, heritage, and resilience of our Native American communities. Happy Indigenous People'… https://t.co/rg6Df8YVHG
Retweeted by Craig PodolskiCurrently reading: No True Believers by @RabiahLumbard https://t.co/fOP6LbX4wxCurrently reading: Legend by @Marie_Lu https://t.co/nHqwK5JBJe
10/12
2020
Currently reading: Tenth of December by #GeorgeSaunders https://t.co/Ng7FbSHfKMCurrently reading: A Long Walk to Water by @LindaSuePark https://t.co/lxst71qHDBCurrently reading: My Sister the Serial Killer by #OyinkanBrathwaite
10/11
2020
Currently reading: Sin in the Second City by @AbbottKahler https://t.co/7BRTX1wIjFCurrently reading: Wow, No Thank You by @wordscience https://t.co/eeaHBnbwJm
10/10
2020
Currently reading: A Long Petal of the Sea by @isabelallende https://t.co/91AqIc8H4v
10/9
2020
Currently reading: Lock Every Door by @riley_sager https://t.co/ECWuAS0k3o
10/8
2020
Currently reading: The Secrets We Kept by @laraprescott https://t.co/k03iWdqnbW
10/7
2020
Currently reading: The Lies That Bind by @emilygiffin https://t.co/rOqT3nyhxU
10/6
2020
Currently reading: Bear Town by @Backmanland https://t.co/uGo5EPMAFR
10/5
2020
Currently reading: The Glass Hotel by @EmilyMandel https://t.co/4jYtLm60zf
10/4
2020
Currently reading: The Rest of Us Just Live Here by @patrick_ness https://t.co/nT3RM3gl5B💙💓 https://t.co/DiKVAxty5N
Retweeted by Craig PodolskiCurrently reading: Nothing to See Here by #KevinWilson https://t.co/f4bY2jF7pO
10/3
2020
Currently Reading: Denton Little’s Death Date by @lancerubinparty https://t.co/xmi4TNfk5Z
10/2
2020
Currently reading: The Girl in the Locked Room by #MaryDowningHahn https://t.co/uDC41EmLeN
10/1
2020
Currently reading: Echoes Between Us by @KatieMcGarry https://t.co/amyuPigXIhCurrently reading: Blood Water Paint by @JMCwrites https://t.co/2yk3lECRZU
9/30
2020
Currently reading: One by One by @RuthWareWriter https://t.co/0Tt2GvAiWMTeens: Volunteer from home! Help transcribe historical documents for @librarycongress or @TranscribeSI — like lette… https://t.co/oDzx0sh4Eg
Retweeted by Craig PodolskiCurrently reading: Dear Justyce by @getnicced https://t.co/mhvQEX2sam
9/29
2020
Currently reading: The You I’ve Never Known by @EllenHopkinsLit https://t.co/aws7jWTB1b
9/28
2020
Currently reading: The Left-Handed Booksellers of London by @garthnix https://t.co/otgZIII7Bt
9/27
2020
Currently reading: The Tragedy Paper by @ElizabethLaBan https://t.co/WEtGJ4xk6ZCurrently reading: Tricks by @EllenHopkinsLit https://t.co/mICvoe8Vck
9/26
2020
Currently reading: The Truths We Hold by @KamalaHarris https://t.co/w0R18YNEKlCurrently reading: Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist by @rachelcohn and @loversdiction https://t.co/MlKXmndSHc
9/25
2020
@DebraDriza Impulse by Ellen HopkinsCurrently reading: Anxious People by @Backmanland https://t.co/XlaHlFvtXX
9/24
2020
Good news Wednesday! https://t.co/txhVEMa3FVCurrently reading: One Came Home by @amytimberlake https://t.co/VuI6HD6Ssj
9/23
2020
Super excited for our first novel study of the year, featuring the works of @angiecthomas, @getnicced,… https://t.co/FZnEr0ntaS
9/22
2020
Happy Monday, folks! https://t.co/h33GLJIkgpToday, we start with Haiku and imagery before we move onto verbs. We'll finish class with a choice article from @newsela.This day in history: General Colin Powell is confirmed by the U.S. Senate as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff… https://t.co/GqbGYZ1p9VToday's quote of the day: "You just have to find your activism, and don't let anyone tell you what that should look… https://t.co/TIAG3HcOnVToday's word of the day: plight (n): a dangerous, difficult, or otherwise unfortunate situationCurrently reading: Ashes in the Snow by @RutaSepetys https://t.co/3693vXxNPQ
9/21
2020
Currently reading: Hollow City by @ransomriggs https://t.co/YTt2g8qnZVCurrently reading: An Unwanted Guest by @sharilapena https://t.co/S9C5H7qdlL
9/20
2020
Currently reading: Exit, Pursued by a Bear by @ek_johnston https://t.co/jdYf9z8vIQCurrently reading: How I Live Now by #MegRosoff https://t.co/enh7K9kWY9Thank you, RBG. https://t.co/Yh3q3Ekz0B
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9/19
2020
Currently reading: Spanking Shakespeare by @JakeWizner https://t.co/ehUeqvLrdBThis day in history: Cosmonaut Arnaldo Tamayo, a Cuban, becomes the first black to be sent on a mission in space in 1980.Quote of the day: "I am most interested in people. I try to capture their complexity and contradiction and beauty.… https://t.co/C8NxjfjntdWord of the day: connection (n): a relationship in which a person, thing, or idea is linked or associated with something elseToday, we make our connections between contemporary African American poetry and the short stories from earlier in t… https://t.co/2t1MwRtqfrCurrently reading: Where the World Ends by @GMcCaughrean https://t.co/BaFIisRCuC
9/18
2020
@OneCrazyRita I think we all are... And, some days, it takes some serious volume.Currently reading: The Other Woman by @realsandiejones https://t.co/0sarAavntyToday, we use @zoom_us breakout rooms do analyze the point of view and theme in stories by @JasonReynolds83,… https://t.co/KuE8THq2HgThis day in history: The first federal suit to end public school segregation is filed by the U.S. Justice Department in 1962.“We all have our la-la-la song. The thing we do when the world isn't singing a nice tune to us. We sing our own nic… https://t.co/XqU2kmnF7EWord of the day: noun (n): a part of speech that represents a person, place, thing, or ideaCurrently reading: The Mother-In-Law by @SallyHepworth https://t.co/Ks3RqrpDzf
9/17
2020
Currently reading: Being Jazz by @JazzJennings__ https://t.co/gD7RzuTxCB @mary_roach Oh, that was informative, morbid, and highly entertaining. I loved it!Good news Wednesday: https://t.co/cAFDf74d74This day in history: Anti-Nazi Lutherans stage protest in Munich in 1934.Word of the day: theme (n): the author's intended message in a piece of fictionQuote of the day: “IF YOU ARE NEUTRAL IN SITUATIONS OF INJUSTICE, YOU HAVE CHOSEN THE SIDE OF THE OPPRESSOR.” - Jason ReynoldsToday starts with a @quizizz to review nouns before talking about contemporary African American literature, preview… https://t.co/k19825SxZ0Currently reading: Stiff by @mary_roach https://t.co/cUPjzVjUiw
9/16
2020
Currently reading: Refugee by @AlanGratz https://t.co/twVfvLY1Ry @beattybooks I liked it very much! So much so that it’s been added to the TBR list for my kids. Thank you!This day in history: Four young African-American girls are killed by the bombing of a church in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963.“If you believe in a cause, be willing to stand up for that cause with a million people or by yourself.” -Otis S. JohnsonWord of the day: equality (n): the state of being equal, especially in status, rights, and opportunitiesFrom the Harlem Renaissance, to the Civil Rights Movement, and, today, and onto contemporary African American liter… https://t.co/H14qS99GOD @em_llojo Im waiting for the technology that my phone can detect when I fall asleep, and it automatically pauses th… https://t.co/XklVywNSezCurrently reading: Serafina and the Black Cloak by @beattybooks https://t.co/j1Zo07WmMA
9/15
2020
@D102Bookmobile Seems like a great opportunity for @library_barry to get a classic like _The_Phantom_Tollbooth_ int… https://t.co/e47Rt1etUlThe @AptakisicTripp librarians are at @D102Pritchett School ready to get our D102 families some books! We can’t wai… https://t.co/oTe9wQXiAn
Retweeted by Craig PodolskiCurrently reading: Stranger in the Lake by @KimberlySBelle https://t.co/FaXuYDT2CC
9/14
2020
Currently reading: The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe by @allycondie https://t.co/NCk5H48NcaSchool Love book #giveaway! ✏️❤️ RT & follow for a chance to win these books for your classroom library, or for a… https://t.co/hrzVDlbeOz
Retweeted by Craig PodolskiCurrently reading: Killers of the Flower Moon by @DavidGrann https://t.co/68D0UbRN1L
9/13
2020

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