25 Kindle Books for Catholic Teachers

So, you got a Kindle for Christmas, and you want to do some professional reading. The following books may be just what you’re looking for:



General Education/Productivity

Just this past week, Amazon has implemented a rudimentary lending system for those with Kindles. If the publisher of a book allows, you can lend a Kindle book one time to someone else. They can have the book for no longer than 14 days, and while they have it, you cannot read your copy. It’s not a perfect lending solution, but it’s better than nothing.

I’ve noticed that Goodreads has already started a Kindle Lending group for people who want to exchange books. If you’re not a Goodreads member, I highly recommend it as a place to share with other readers. It’s free, and integrates easily with Facebook and Twitter. I would love to connect with other educators via Goodreads and compare reading lists, so please feel free to friend me.

Deacon Nick

Nick Senger, founder and editor of Catholic School Chronicle, is an award-winning Catholic school teacher, vice principal and technology coordinator. He is a deacon for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Spokane.

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2 Responses

  1. Barb in Nebraska says:

    Great list! I would add The Book Whisperer: Awakening the Inner Reader in Every Child by Donalyn Miller.

  2. Barb in Nebraska says:

    Oops, Just noticed you do have this book. So I guess I should say, I ALSO recommend this book!

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