Book Notes: On Tyranny

On Tyranny

On Tyranny:
Twenty Lessons from the
Twentieth Century
by Timothy Snyder
Published 03/28/2017
by Tim Duggan Books/The Crown Publishing
3/28/2017
Nonfiction
126 pages

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This post will be special.  I don’t have the ambition to review the book. Plus really what I think about it is irrelevant here. The only important thing I can tell you is, please read it now, plus it’s super short.
Here are some pages that I thought were very important. I hope posting these will be a good incentive for you to read On Tyranny.

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Book review: Creativity For Kids

Creativity for Kids

Creativity For Kids:
75 Fun Activities to Promote Creative Thinking and Self Expression,

by Trisha Riché

Rockridge Press
3/10/2020
Juvenile Nonfiction
Activity Books
144 pages

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RockridgePress has been publishing amazing books for educators. Creativity for Kids offers great insight on creativity, with lots of activities in order to foster it in children (6-9 year olds).

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Book review: New SAT Vocabulary Workbook

New SAT Vocabulary Workbook

New SAT Vocabulary Workbook:
Over 700 High-Frequency
Words to Master,

by Katya Seberson

Rockridge Press
2/25/2020
Study Aids/SAT
176 pages

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There are many methods out there to crack the vocabulary of the SAT test, or more generally to develop your vocabulary.
I would definitely trust the author of New SAT Vocabulary Workbook, because of her own experience, that she relates in the introduction: as a teen, she struggled with dyslexia. So for herself and then for others, she created memory tricks and grouped words in clusters to better understand and retain them. This is the Seberson Method.

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