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review 2019-01-20 21:23
Bridge to Teribithia is a Bridge to Adventure!
Bridge to Terabithia - Katherine Paterson

This book is on a DRA reading level of 50, and can be read to audiences of third grade to eighth grade. I would use this in an older grade classroom because it deals with more mature topics, such as loss. It could be read in a class if one of your students is dealing with a loss, because sometimes it helps to hear about someone else who has dealt with loss and grief before. It would give them something to relate to. Aside from the grief in the story, there is a lot of adventure that gives the story an upbeat plot. I mean the story is about two unlikely friends that become best friends and adventure to their imaginary world of Terabithia. It is a wonderful story!

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review 2019-01-20 20:55
If you read this book to your class, the students will probably giggle.
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie - Laura Joffe Numeroff,Felicia Bond

This cute book is sure to have your students giggling every time you turn the page. This book is on a DRA reading level of 18. This book is meant four audiences of kindergarteners through second graders. This book is just a fun story that shows the consequences of giving a mouse a cookie. Each consequence builds the plot to make larger consequences. It is a cute and funny story. I love it!

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review 2019-01-20 20:16
Feast your eyes upon this book!
The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Eric Carle

This book is one of my favorites because Eric Carle's illustrations are absolutely wonderful and so colorful! This would be a great book to help teach numbers and counting. This book is a DRA reading level 16. It is mostly meant for audience of kindergarteners. This makes sense due to its focus on counting. I love this book so much!

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review 2019-01-20 19:11
I do like this book, Sam-I-Am
Green Eggs and Ham - Dr. Seuss

First of all, how could anyone not love a Dr. Seuss book?! This book was written on a DRA reading level of 16, and can be read to audiences of kindergarten to fifth grade. This is a great book for schools that participate in Dr. Seuss week. It can also be used to teach rhyme. This silly story is sure to make your students giggle and want to try green eggs and ham. I encourage you to read it if you haven't!

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review 2019-01-20 18:50
It would be wild not to have this book in your classroom!
Where The Wild Things Are - Maurice Sendak

This book is probably one of the most well known picture books in the literary world. It was written on a DRA reading level of 16, but can be read to audiences of kindergarten all the way up to fifth grade. This book has a storyline where the main character wants to escape life at home and go to his imaginary world. He is made king where the wild things are. This story is one that all children will enjoy. It is not my absolute favorite, but it is still a "must have" for your classroom.

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