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review 2018-02-17 04:00
Anne Frank
Anne Frank: A Hidden Life - Mirjam Pressler

AR: 8.5 Grade

Level: 6-8

Summary: The book Anne Frank: A Hidden Life is all about what Anne Frank and her close ones went through, as the Holocaust was in effect. This book goes into extreme detail. The reader is able to catch the feelings that Anne Frank had, while writing her diary. 

Idea: This would be a great book to cover, while teaching the topic on the Holocaust. This is also a great way to intertwine reading into social studies. I would most definitely use this book for upper grades, most likely 6th. I feel like the reading level and content is most appropiate here. For my lower level students, I can always fit this book into where I would meet their needs. This way, they would not miss out on the opportunity of experiencing the perspective of someone who has actually expericienced every bit of the Holocaust. 

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review 2018-02-06 23:41
Whose Side Are You On?
The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs - Jon Scieszka,Lane Smith

AR: 3.0

Grade Level: 2-4

Summary: We've all read some form of The Three Little Pigs, right? Well, THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS! is an excellent book to read to young readers. It's even an excellent book for them to read even to themselves! This particular book is all about perspective, from the text even to the illustrations! It's extremely hilarious, even with relatable moments. 

Idea: I will use this book in my classroom for a unit about perspective. I may even have my students take the role of either a pig or the wolf, and act out how each character sees things from their pespective. 

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