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review 2016-11-12 05:22
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? - Bill Martin Jr.,Eric Carle

Who didn't love this book as a child?  Its very engaging for kindergarten children, holding their attention with vivid colors, animals, and easy to understand text.  I would use this book as a reading circle read aloud.  I would read the book aloud to my kindergarten class and lead an activity in colors and sequencing.

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review 2016-11-12 05:11
13 Monsters Who Should Be Avoided
13 Monsters Who Should Be Avoided - Kevin Shortsleeve

This book was a very pleasant surprise.  I found it for a deal, but it turned out to be very entertaining and clever.  13 Monsters Who Should Be Avoided leaves out the monsters we have all heard of.  Its a poem explaining details and precautions of 13 silly monsters, along with detailed and whimsical illustrations.  Grades 1-3 would really enjoy this book.  This book would be a great addition to Autumn fiction lessons.  I would bring this book to supplement poetry lessons as a read-aloud, particularly during Halloween.

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review 2016-11-12 04:58
The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses
The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses - Paul Goble

I loved this book when I was a child, and it's still great. It tells the story of a Native American girl who loved wild horses. When the herd living near her tribe flees in fright from a storm, she jumps on the back of one and is carried far away from her tribe. She is seen later, living as one among the wild horses. Tailored for students in 4th and 5th grades, this book makes a great addition to fiction lessons. I would read this book aloud to the class to supplement cultural fiction and native american mythology lessons.

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review 2016-11-12 04:57
The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses
The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses - Paul Goble

I loved this book when I was a child, and it's still great.  It tells the story of a Native American girl who loved wild horses.  When the herd living near her tribe flees in fright from a storm, she jumps on the back of one and is carried far away from her tribe.  She is seen later, living as one among the wild horses.  Tailored for students in 4th and 5th grades, this book makes a great addition to fiction lessons.  I would read this book aloud to the class to supplement cultural fiction and native american mythology lessons.  

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review 2016-11-12 04:39
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom - Bill Martin Jr.,John Archambault,Lois Ehlert

No childhood is complete without this super-fun book.  Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is an adorable rhyming story about letters of the alphabet climbing a tree.  Intended for children in kindergarten and 1st grades, This book is great for when learning about the alphabet.  I would read this story aloud to assist in teaching letters of the alphabet and their sounds.

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