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Books I finished reading (or rereading) in May 2022…
- Street Data, Shane Safir & Jamila Dugan (education)
- The Gate to Women’s Country, Sheri Tepper (sci fi)
- The Black Company, Glen Cook (fantasy)
- My Favorites, Ben Bova (sci fi)
- Acheron Salvation, Ken Lozito (sci fi)
- Acheron Redemption, Ken Lozito (sci fi)
- His Name Was Wren, Rob Winters (sci fi)
- King’s Blood Four, Sheri Tepper (sci fi)
- Necromancer Nine, Sheri Tepper (sci fi)
- Wizard’s Eleven, Sheri Tepper (sci fi)
- Salvage Title, Kevin Steverson (sci fi)
- Salvage Fleet, Kevin Steverson (sci fi)
- Salvage System, Kevin Steverson (sci fi)
- Race Against Time, Piers Anthony (sci fi)
- The Judge’s List, John Grisham (legal thriller)
- Misjudged, James Chandler (legal thriller)
- Corsair, Chris Bunch (fantasy)
- The Prince’s Blade, Christopher Mitchell (fantasy)
- A Game of Extremes: 25 Exceptional Baseball Stories, Roy Lingster (baseball)
I really enjoyed Street Data. It’s an introduction to qualitative / action research in education with a strong equity lens. I highly recommend it!
Hope you’re reading something fun too!
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