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review 2017-04-03 17:49
The Spider Apocalypse Is Here in Skitter by Ezekiel Boone @ezekiel_boone
Skitter: A Novel (The Hatching Series Book 2) - Ezekiel Boone

I love a good horror novel, and after reading The Hatching by Ezekiel Boone, I had to have Skitter, Book II in the series.

 

Just looking at the cover gives me the willies and shivers run up and down my spine. I can only imagine what reading the book is going to do to me.

 

Bring it on, Ezekiel!

 

 

 

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MY REVIEW

 

I HATE SPIDERS!

 

Skitter by Ezekiel Boone is the continuation of The Hatching and the spiders are winning. If you weren’t afraid of spiders before, you will be after reading about the spider apocalypse.

 

Millions of people around the world are dead and there is no end in sight.

 

Melanie never thought she would become the most important woman in the world…but, here she is and the pressure is intense as she struggles to save the world.

 

Would she succeed?

 

Agent Mike Rich had been at ground zero, finding the very first spider and he hasn’t stopped since.

 

People’s true colors come out when disaster occurs, and we have our share of heroes and villains. Do any of us know how we would act in a time of crisis? I would hope I would rise to the occasion. How about you?

 

Would the war games, flu epidemics and disaster protocols the government has practiced and had in place for years…decades…succeed? We are about to find out.

 

If you want something to keep you looking out the corner of your eye, jumping at the slightest perceived movement, slapping at the creepy crawlie feeling running up and down your arms, READ THIS!

 

I voluntarily reviewed Skitter by Ezekiel Boone.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos  4 STARS

 

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review 2017-03-29 02:27
Charlotte's Web
Charlotte's Web - E.B. White,Garth Williams,Rosemary Wells

Charlotte's Web is a fantastic novel; I have read this two or three times. A little girl named Fern puts forth all her efforts to save and take care of a pig named that her dad just wants gone. The novel includes a spider named Charlotte who is a very motherly and encouraging friend to Wilbur. This story teaches students about true friendship and devotion to one another.

 

For this novel, I would read it in a fourth or fifth grade classroom, and have my students throughout our reading make notes about the characters, then at the end of our reading I would have them either fill out a graphic organizer with the plot (beginning, climax, and ending) or have discussion questions in groups about the theme, plot, characters, etc.

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review 2017-02-14 05:02
Charlotte's Web- Lexile level 680L
Charlotte's Web - Garth Williams,E.B. White,Kate DiCamillo

Charlotte's Web, by E.B. White, is about a little girl named Fern who saves the "runt" pig that her dad wants to get rid of. She raises the pig, and names him Wilbur. Wilbur is moved into the barn and begins to make friends with a spider named Charlotte. They go through many trials and tribulations as such strange friends. Eventually Charlotte dies, but leaves behind children. This is a great story to use for grades third through fifth where they can learn how to cope with death and the way of life. You can use this book as a whole group reading book where you assign certain amounts of chapters a week, and we discuss them later in class with incorporating multiple activities. You can also incorporate science by using it as a life cycle lesson, or even a lesson on spiders life spans. It would be a great book to keep them engaged and excited about reading. You could even incorporate poetry by having a themed poem sheet in the shape of a web, spider, or even a pig. You could do many different kinds of poetry lessons using this book  and it's characters, setting, and theme. I would use this book for grades third through fifth. 

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review 2017-01-06 00:00
Spiders in the Grove
Spiders in the Grove - J.A. Redmerski Spiders in the Grove - J.A. Redmerski image
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review 2016-10-25 20:35
I'm Trying to Love Spiders - Bethany Barton,Bethany Barton

This book is a perfect mix of fiction and non-fiction and is a cute little story about learning to love spiders through learning all about the. So it is both cute and educational. I would read this book to the class during the month of October when learning about spiders. This book is a 440L Lexile level. I would read this aloud to 1-3 grade.

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