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Mo Willems
Mo Willems (born February 11, 1968) is an American writer, animator, and creator of children's books. Bio from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. show more



Mo Willems (born February 11, 1968) is an American writer, animator, and creator of children's books. Bio from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Birth date: 1968-02-11
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Books for Future K-6 Students
Books for Future K-6 Students rated it 2 months ago
Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems is a level I on the Fountas and Pinnell reading level scale. In the beginning of Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!, the bus driver specifically says do not let the pigeon drive the bus, but the pigeon tries to trick you the whole time into letting h...
Mel1212
Mel1212 rated it 2 months ago
Brief Review: Waiting is not easy is about an elephant who is talking to a pig. The pig tells the elephant that they have to wait for the surprise but throughout the book the elephant struggles with his patience of waiting for the surprise. Idea of how it can be used in a classroom: Waiting is not e...
alyssapeters
alyssapeters rated it 2 months ago
This is a part of the series Elephant and Piggie. Elephant has some ice cream and is conflicted about if he should share his ice cream with Piggie. As Elephant debates it his ice cream melts. Piggie comes along and shares her ice cream with Elephant. This book is for lower elementary grades. I woul...
Dive Into a Good Book!
Dive Into a Good Book! rated it 2 months ago
On the day that I was introduced to author-illustrator Mo Willems by my dear professor two years ago, I immediately became a fan. I can remember taking my then four-year old son to the library and sharing my newfound love of his literature. It didn't take long for my son to become a fan as well, nor...
Miss McKinley's Favorites
Miss McKinley's Favorites rated it 2 months ago
Gerald and Piggie are best friends, but Gerald has a decision to make about sharing his ice cream. Will he make the decision in time? This is a good book for Kindergarten because it talks about sharing. Students could design their own ice cream cones and make a promise to share during class. Lexil...
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