About This BookPancho Rabbit and the Coyote : a Migrant's TaleAuthor and Illustrator:Duncan TonatiuhPublisher: Abrams Books for Young ReadersPub In this allegorical picture book, a young rabbit named Pancho eagerly awaits his papas return.
Book activities for "Poet: The Remarkable Story of George Moses Horton"
About This BookHe loved language and he loved words. So much so that George taught himself to read. This book is beautiful to see and inspiring to hear. It leaves us knowing something more about this world. George remained trapped between slavery and freedom during the Civil War era.
About this book "Bugs in my Hair!" Author: Shannon, David Publisher: Blue Sky Press Pub Year: 2013 Ages: Grades: Summary: A horrified boy discovers he has head lice and tries some wild remedies to get rid of them.
About this bookA Moose That Says MooAuthor: Jennifer HamburgIllustrator:Sue Truesdell Publisher: Farrar Straus GirouxPub Year:2013ISBN:9780374350581Ages:2-4Grades:K-2Reading Level: 2.8Summary:Chaos ensues when a child imagines a zoo filled with animals doing the unusual and the unlikely.Reviews:Kirkus Reviews (+)(08/01/13)School Library Journal(09/01/13)Booklist(11/01/13)Special Awards and Honors: Childrens Choices 2014There are 34 pages and 28 ...
Book activities for "Another Brother" by Matthew Cordell
About This Book Another BrotherAuthor:Matthew CordellIllustrator: Matthew CordellPublisher: Feiwel and FriendsPub the sheep, wishes he had time alone with his parents, as he did before his twelve brothers came along and started imitating his every move.
About This BookThis is a wonderful book to get kids and adults thinking of the consequences of garbage vs reusing and recycling.The rich illustrations and lyrical language will have children wanting to read it over and over.It shows that solving a problem comes out of personal need and that people working together over a period of time can bring change.
Book activities for "No Monkeys, No Chocolate"
About This BookThis is a trifecta begging for at least three readings. The basic story-like text is the first layer. One more reading will allow the reader to grasp the delicate connections in this balance of settings. And a third reading gives the reader the humorous comments and the interaction between the two bookworms on the pages.No Monkeys, No Chocolateby Melissa Stewart (Author), Allen Young (Author), Nicole Wong (Illustrator)Honors and Awards for this book:National Science Teachers…
What NOT to Give Your Mom on Mother's DayAuthor: Martha Seif SimpsonIllustrator: Jana ChristyPublisher: Amazon Children's PublishingPub Year:2013Ages:4-7Grades:K-2Summary:A little boy offers advice on what NOT to give your mom on Mother's Day, unless she's an animal.
See more of my book activities at: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Patricia-Williams-3482 About This Book Temple Cat by Andrew Clements Illustrated by Kate Kiesler Age Range: 5 - 8 years Grade Level: Kindergarten – 3 Publisher: Clarion Books ISBN-10: 0618111395 ISBN-13: 978-0618111398 Summary: A temple cat in ancient Egypt grows tired of being worshipped and cared for in a reverent manner and travels to the seaside, where he finds ...
Book activities for "Where Poppies Grow: A World War I Companion"
About This BookThis book provides 48 pages of primary source material with explanation and commentary beside it. It is written in a scrapbook style. You find nostalgic vignettes about the Stille Nacht Christmas episode and other legends; a piece of French propaganda; handwritten letters from soldiers to mothers; postcards from fathers to sons, and husbands to wives; pictures of soldiers on parade; the story of the poem that inspired the book's title; a two page biographical sketch about a…
About This BookHere is a gorgeous book. Rich and elegant in word and picture. The author/illustrator uses his trademark style of hand drawn images with digital collage. As always figures are shown in profile reminiscent of Aztec art. He has added much cultural and historical information.
About This BookThis is a wondeful biography about Hiromi Suzuki, a Japanese-American whose father was a traditionally-trained sushi chef. Akira Suzuki grew up in Japan in a rural household with seven brothers and sisters.. He quickly understood the importance of money because his family had very little.