Harry Potter Character Myers-Briggs Personality Types: Critical Linking, August 13, 2017

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Ever wonder which Harry Potter character most closely matches your own personality type? Of course you have. I bet your Facebook profile says you went to the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry too. Do I know you, or do I know you? Just take the Myers-Briggs personalty assessment, see which character you are (after altering your answers to get the character you want to be), then change your profile picture to a picture of that character and personality description. Me? I’m a BAMF. “That isn’t even a real personality.” *flips table, punches hole through wall* OH NO?!

It’s Sunday, AKA Funday, and we’re doing this. I’m a Remus. What about you? 


Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer hinted to Wall Street that the studio isn’t ready to roll the credits on its “Hunger Games” and “Twilight” franchises. He implied, however, that the company will only go forward with fresh installments or spinoffs in the blockbuster series if they get the sign off from “Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer and “Hunger Games” creator Suzanne Collins.

“There are a lot more stories to be told, and we’re ready to tell them when our creators are ready to tell those stories,” Feltheimer said during a quarterly earnings call with analysts on Tuesday.

Milking the cow. I don’t think either franchise would do well with additional films at this point…it’s been too long since the final installations. 


Poetry, like other forms of literature, can also be entertaining, beautiful, and meaningful. Kids are usually immediately drawn to the rhythm and rhyme of poetry. Much like diversity, poetry can provide a mirror for us to see ourselves, and a window into others’ experiences, to help us understand the lives and perspectives of different people.

Here are more than 20 diverse poetry picture books to explore with kids during National Poetry Month and beyond. Enjoy!

We’re past National Poetry Month but a good round-up of diverse poetry picture books is always timely. 


When we step into the pages of a book, something happens.

We leave the borders of the self, and enter, for a few magical moments, into the minds of others, human, animal or otherwise. We do not just read about Dorothy’s trip to see the Wizard — we become Dorothy, red heels and all.

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