Author Archives: htwilson

About htwilson

born in brooklyn, raised in queens, massachusetts, that's where I be.

December Post Marks 10 Years

……….In order to officially make it to ten years of writing on this blog, I have to get in at least one more post, and it has to be done this month. It is Sunday, Christmas Eve, 2017 when I … Continue reading

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New To Our Shelves, October 2017

Our new books have arrived and they are ready to be taken home. Here’s a preview of nine quick picks from our new additions. Graphic Novels Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery illustrated by Miles Hyman: One of my favorite short stories, … Continue reading

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The Latest Welcome Back Post Ever

So here we are, September 27th and I still haven’t posted a “Welcome Back” entry. I know that is very bad form, but since I don’t have any readers, no one noticed. That is the nice thing about anonymity, you … Continue reading

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OMG, it is summer … ideas.

Hello all. The end of the school year came around faster than I expected and I find myself right smack in the middle of my summer vacation! I hope all my teacher friends and my student allies out there are … Continue reading

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LMC Announcements, March 2017

Hello, anyone. Forgive me for not posting more regularly, but time seems to get away from me very easily. With my apology out of the way, let me share some library news with you: Things have been busy as always … Continue reading

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New To Our Shelves: October 2016

It is that time of the year again, when our book orders finally start rolling in. As is usually the case, we got fewer books this year than last year, and we got fewer books last year than the year … Continue reading

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Opening thoughts on Eric Jensen’s Teaching with Poverty in Mind

Editor’s Note: This year the faculty and staff at my school will be reading and discussing Eric Jensen’s Teaching With Poverty in Mind and I will be leading one of many discussion groups. The thoughts and opinions here are my … Continue reading

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