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review 2017-03-11 22:21
this is our house
This Is Our House - Hyewon Yum

this is our house is a story of a house that has seen three generations of one family. It is a sweet story that shows how similar parents' and children's experiences are.

This book received a score of 3.3 on the Flesch-Kincaid reading scale, making it a good book for third grade or above. This would be a good book to use to explain the similarities between generations.

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review 2016-11-10 20:25
The Very Hungary Caterpillar
The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Eric Carle

This book is so great for students learning about numbers and sequential order. While the new caterpillar is going through this stage of his life, he is quite hungry; eating everything he can find. As the book goes on, the caterpillar eats more, and more, and more food...until he gets in his cocoon and turns into a butterfly. I would say the intended audience for this book would be K-2. For the younger grades, I would focus more on the number learning this book has to offer, while for 2nd grade I would focus more on the sequential ordering (first, second, third, then, last). An activity I would use this book for in the classroom is have the students retell the story in sequential order using picture cards representing what the caterpillar ate. This would get students back into the text and get students to use their application/relation skills to tell the story using cards instead of words, but also in the correct order.

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text 2014-09-06 08:37
Literary Cakes



Penguin Classics


Where The Red Fern Grows - Love the tissue box, LOL!


The Giving Tree


And... Release the Kraken!


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photo 2014-03-28 13:18
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review 2014-02-21 12:02
Scarlet (Lunar Chronicles, #2) - Marissa Meyer

Short review, to just express my thoughts.

This book is a retelling of the Red Riding Hood story, and wow, what a retelling it was. It was highly enjoyable, with a kick-ass Red Riding Hood, a scary guy named Wolf who is also very yummy and way better than that Prince Kai. 

This book had a whole load of action, a bit of romance and a lot of adventure. It was really enjoyable to read and I got through it pretty fast, even though it was at times a bit confusing with the amount of POVs. 

I would really recommend it to everyone. :)

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