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Liam O'Donnell

writing for young minds

Reading Change Newsletter

Reading Change helps teachers and librarians use alternative literacies, like video games and the internet to engage learners and inspire them to be active readers and writers.

Each month, I share a new website, video game or other tech resource that you can use with your students to engage and inspire them to be read and write. I also share fun author stuff too, like book giveaways, exclusive sneak peaks at my upcoming projects and more.

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  • My Books

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  • Reluctant Reader E-books

  • Tech Tales

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  • Graphic Novels

  • Graphic Guide Adventures

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    Max Finder Mystery

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    With Craig Battle

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